Talk of feuds between various factions of the extended Duggar family is not uncommon.
The rumors often have to do with discord between Jill and Jessa Duggar, who allegedly went from besties to rivals at some point in the past few years.
Now, fans are under the impression that a new tweet from Jessa's husband, Ben Seewald, has shone a light on the cause of that dispute.
It looks as though the conflict started with a spat between Jessa and Jill's husbands that's only gotten worse in recent months.
As you may recall, Derick Dillard was fired by TLC last year after he launched a transphobic tirade against fellow network star Jazz Jennings.
Jill quit the show in a gesture of solidarity, and the couple has not shot a scene for Counting On in the months since.
Unfortunately, rather than learning a lesson from the incident, Derick has doubled down on his bigotry.
Last week, Derick attacked Nate Berkus, a designer who stars in a TLC show alongside his husband and daughter.
Dillard derided Berkus and his family as "a travesty" in another bizarre Twitter rant.
Just two days later, Ben -- who is rarely active on Twitter -- posted a retweet that many are interpreting as a shot at Derick:
"If you say you 'love your neighbor' while really just loving the people that look like you, live like you & think like you, it is not your neighbor that you are loving...it is yourself," the tweet reads.
It ends with the hashtag "#reallylovethyneighbor"
This is not the first time that Seewald has proven himself to be more liberal than his in-laws, but never before has he so publicly attacked a family member's bigoted beliefs.
It's also not the first indication that members of the Duggars' inner circle are fed up with Derick.
Earlier this month, Ben unfollowed Derick on Instagram, as did members of the Bates family, another massive fundamentalist clan that's often regarded as some of the Duggars' closest friends.
The situation has many wondering if Jill and Derick have cut off contact with her family entirely.
That seems unlikely, but it's clear that there's some tension between the Dillards and the Seewalds.
Will they work it out, or Derick eventually be exiled, a la Josh Duggar?
Unfortunately, the situation won't play out on television, but you can still watch Counting On online to relive the days before Derick got kicked to the curb.