Bill O'Reilly. Sean Hannity. Alex Jones. Derick Dillard.
Sure, Jill Duggar's husband may not have earned a spot on the list of the far-right's most emotionally unstable mouthpieces just yet, but he's determined to get there some day.
And like any good professional bully, D-Dill has already chosen a sufficiently vulnerable target at which to direct all of his frustrations over his own intellectual shortcomings.
Presumably acting on instructions issued to him when Jesus appeared in his Chick-Fil-A Hash Brown Scramble Bowl, Derick has launched a one-man war against his fellow TLC reality star Jazz Jennings.
Derick first attacked Jennings in an unprovoked Instagram tirade back in August.
Dillard was slammed on Twitter by folks from all walks of life who were put off by the idea of a grown man attacking a teenage girl, but the father or two carried on in his quest to ... teach a young girl how hateful the world really is?
We're not really sure what Derick was hoping to accomplish.
In fact, we're guessing Derick couldn't tell you what Derick was hoping to accomplish.
But since his bigotry briefly earned the attention of people who hadn't thought about the Duggars since Josh was exposed as a molester, Derick is carrying on with his attack.
In response to a fan who recently pointed out that many of Dillard's tweets and blog posts come off as "hateful," Dillard replied:
"I pity Jazz, 4 those who take advantage of him in order 2 promote their agenda, including the parents who allow these kinds of decisions 2 be made by a child."
"It’s sad that ppl would use a juvenile this way. Again, nothing against him, just unfortunate what’s on tv these days."
Replying to those who have pointed out that Derick appears to be relentlessly harassing a girl he's never met who did nothing to provoke him, Dillard added:
"Never bullied anyone, just said I didn't agree with what is being propagated on my TV."
You would think he was talking about the fact that there's a TLC series about a family who harbored a child molester (It's true ! We looked it up!) but no, Derick is still going in on Jazz.
He went on to argue that Jennings is simply too young to make decisions for himself.
In fact, he argues that all minors are incapable of making decisions, which is why he doesn't send his children to school--they might get a head full of ideas and start making choices without his supervision!
We wish we were joking:
"Jazz is being taken advantage of, as part of a larger agenda," Derick argues.
"I hate seeing him used this way," he adds. "Is it good for the government to force kids to go to school before they are old enough to decide how they feel about it?"
Dontcha see? The guv'mint's sending kids to school and brainwashing them with Caitlyn Jenner propaganda!
And don't get Derick started on the moon landing!
For her part, Jennings has yet to reply to Dillard's latest bid for attention, which is typically the best way to deal with bullies.
Besides, she already said everything she needed to in response to his earlier tweets:
"Every day I experience cyber-bullying, but I keep sharing my story. Today was no different," she wrote.
Further evidence that at 16, Jazz Jennings has attained a level of maturity that Derick Dillard can only dream of.
Watch Counting On online for more of Derick's desperate attempts to attain relevance.