'Derick then defended his actions, replying: 'I want to be clear. I only have issue with the words and definitions being propagated here.'Another Twitter user wrote: 'Very hypocritical of your family to profit from a network which airs content against your beliefs. Don't associate with it.'There were also a number of comments demanding that TLC take the reality show off the air.'ARE YOU SERIOUSLY OK WITH THIS???YOU'RE GONNA ALLOW A GROWN MAN CHILD TO BULLY A CHILD ON YOUR WATCH???
He is also shown to be exceptionally skilled in swimming, basketball, and guitar.
He went through a lot in high school that helped him mature, like discovering Claude Tanner's body after his suicide, or his friend Derek Wheeler killing a two-year-old and blinding his friend Lucy Fernandez in a drunk driving accident.
We just happen to be humans too, so I think it's ABOUT time we get treated equally...' wrote Jazz last week after President Trump announced a ban on transgender men and women serving in the armed forces.
The Duggars meanwhile have long spoken out against transgender individuals.
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Derick Dillard lashed out at Jazz Jennings on Wednesday night, criticizing the transgender teen in a vicious and hurtful post on his Twitter account.
That scandal led to TLC pulling the Duggar's original reality show, '19 Kids and Counting' off the air back in 2015, and replacing it with 'I Am Jazz.'The program follows the Jennings family and their daughter Jazz, a transgender teenager, as she navigated her teenage years while transitioning.
This season she has been discussing gender reassignment surgery with her doctors.
Michelle Duggar previously campaigned against transgender individuals and their rights by narrating a robocall to local voters in 2014 over a proposed anti-discrimination ordinance in Fayetteville, Arkansas.