As you've no doubt heard by now, a school shooting in Parkland, Florida claimed 17 lives earlier this week.
It was the 18th mass shooting of 2018, and the demand for gun control legislation can now be heard be in every region the country and all across the political spectrum.
Needless to say, it wasn't the ideal time for social media posts that romanticize and glorifying the type of firearms used by the murderer, but apparently, Jenelle Evans didn't get that memo.
That's a photo of Jenelle shooting a gun that was posted on David Eason's Instagram page on the day of the shooting.
You read that right - on the day of a tragic shooting that left the nation reeling, Jenelle and David saw no problem with posting this photo for their millions of social media followers.
Jenelle refused to apologize for the pic, but she later joked on Twitter that it was a case of "bad timing."
David deleted all the comments on the photo and briefly made it his profile pic, but changed it back when someone - probably Jenelle - told him that's a really dumb and unnecessarily combative thing to do.
In the hours since, he's taken to posting anti-gun control memes, which means he's still triggered, but now he's pretending his butthurt has something to do with the Constitution.
Jenelle is capable of brief periods of sanity, and it seems she enjoyed one yesterday when she offered her pseudo-apology and talked David down.
But at the end of the day, she's an unhinged lunatic who shouldn't be trusted to care for a houseplant, so it comes as no surprise that she's back to raging away and jeopardizing the only job she's ever had.
Echoing the sentiments of millions of Americans today, Teen Mom 2 executive producer Morgan J. Freeman tweeted "go f-ck yourself" to a tweet from the president offering prayers and condolences.
In a brazenly stupid act of defiance, Jenelle retweeted Freeman and wrote:
"Well damn Morgan this offends me. Please take it down. Thanks."
Jenelle deleted that tweet after being promptly roasted by followers who were quick to point out the fact the irony of her having the same sort of snowflake meltdown she'd previously accused her critics of.
But that doesn't mean Jenelle is backing down from her "people kill people" stance.
Already today, she's retweeted multiple pro-gun takes on the Parkland shooting, including an official statement from the Gun Owners of America.
So Jenelle is literally sticking to her guns, but it's interesting that she dialed back her original statement, either in response to backlash from fans - or as a result of stern words from the people who sign her paychecks.
Jenelle might be besties with Farrah Abraham these days, but that doesn't mean she wants to be unemployment buddies.
Watch Teen Mom 2 online for a reminder of the many ways in which Jenelle is really just the worst.