It's been almost seven months since David Eason was fired from Teen Mom 2 for hurling bigoted slurs at fans on social media.
But Jenelle Evans' husband has made a point of not backing away from his controversial stances.
In fact -- because 2018 is nightmarish hellscape in which every idiot with an opinion feels that they need to cram it down your throat on a daily basis until you run screaming for the "block" button -- he's been more outspoken than ever in recent weeks.
You see, David is one of those well-heeled straight, Christian white guys who has somehow convinced himself he's an oppressed minority.
In David's mind, the whole world is out to get him, and the barbarians are forever at his gates, which is why he needs to be armed to the teeth in order to defend himself.
And he's been expressing that view in increasingly offensive fashion lately with the help of the preferred weapon of internet jackasses everywhere -- memes.
As The Ashley's Reality Roundup points out, David posted the above meme earlier this week, and predictably, the reaction from fans has been one of mingled confusion and outrage.
"Why gun control? Because armed people will NOT willingly load themselves into railroad boxcars,” reads the caption.
So ... does David really think he's at risk of being sent off to a concentration camp?
Interestingly, that post comes on the heels of another one in which Eason boasts of his pride in being a straight white redneck.
"For the people who get offended when you call them what they identify themselves as... I'm also proud to be a white man, a southerner and a redneck! #pride," Eason captioned the above image.
As far as we can tell, David is the kind of guy who will tell you that he and the rest of the MAGA crowd are tired of winning in one breath, and then argue that he needs an AR-15 to protect himself from his many oppressors in the next.
He's that very modern sort of dipsh-t who will complain about identity politics while proudly affixing himself with labels that he thinks will make his opinions matter more.
Clearly, political matters are very much at the forefront of David's mind these days.
But since he and his wife have had CPS called to their house 20 times in the past year, maybe he should focus a bit more energy on getting his own house in order.