AMY Duggar has responded to followers who are upset over her reaction to the recent reversal of Roe vs. Wade.
On Friday after, the decision was made to ban or impose heavy restrictions on abortion, the conservative Christian shared her thoughts on the ruling.
In a tweet, the Counting On star shared: “”ABORTION IS OVERTURNED!!! THANK YOU JESUS!!”
The post sent social media users into a frenzy as they slammed Amy for her “offensive” comment.
But on Tuesday, the 35-year-old clapped back, addressing one post in particular, which she shared on her Instagram stories.
In what appears to be a personal DM, an unknown follower replied directly to Amy: “Can you imagine being such a piece of s**t that you celebrate taking away a woman’s bodily autonomy?”
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The person followed it up with: “Also, if you are what Christianity is about I will gladly reject it.”
In response, Amy at first calmly and directly addressed the vitriol.
“Let’s talk and not attack,” she replied. “I’m not a piece of s**t, and neither are you. So let’s stop the name calling and have an actual conversation.”
She then broadened her message, adding in a caption: “No one deserves to be name called or attacked. We can agree to disagree no matter what topic.
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“And I choose to be kind even to the hateful people.
“I understand why so many people are terrified and upset right now.
“I’ve already said I have questions too… I think we all just want answers.”
But her plea fell on many deaf ears, who were still upset by not only her original tweet, but a follow-up as well.
“Also I’m sure there will be guidelines in emergency / deathly complications procedure situations,” she followed-up last week. “But think of how many babies our country has killed.
You cannot tell me we haven’t killed the child that could have cured cancer or that could have had a chance to change the world.”
One outraged user commented: “Her follow up tweet…is so, so laughable.”
Another agreed, adding: “It’s the follow up tweet that shows she has zero understanding.”
A third person chimed in: “Wow so now you scam people and are celebrating the death of women in the United States. It’s time for you to be canceled!”
Others vowed to boycott the star’s clothing line, Thirty1Thirty, due to her posts.
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She’s also made her feelings known about other members of the Duggar clan for their lack of action regarding Josh’s inappropriate behavior over the years.
The oldest Duggar son requested just five years in prison, while the prosecution demanded he receives the maximum sentence of 20 years behind bars.
When asked how long she believes her cousin should be sentenced, Amy told The Sun: “There is a bible verse, Luke 17:2. ‘It’s better to hang a millstone over your head and jump into the ocean if you’re going to hurt one of my little ones.’
“I’m sure he’s watched several children get hurt. If the bible says jump in the ocean and drown, how long would that equal in prison?”
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The Thirty1Thirty owner continued that 20 years in prison “isn’t enough” for her cousin.
She explained: “It’s not justice for the children. There will never be justice for the children. Twenty years isn’t enough.”