We have no idea whether or not Amy Roloff supports President Donald Trump.
Based on a recent Instagram comment, however, we can confirm that the veteran reality star most definitely does NOT support fake news.
But she seems to have a different definition of this term that our polarizing Commander-in-Chief.
Confused? Allow us to explain...
Earlier this week, Audrey Roloff took supporters by major surprise when she penned an admittedly "vulnerable" message on her official social media page.
It detailed some rather serious marital issues between herself and Jeremy Roloff, explaining that their ongoing busy schedule has made for a disjointed several weeks, one in which communication has suffered and disagreements have become more prominent.
"We keep running, keep pushing, keep producing, and keep squeezing all the margin out of our lives.
"It’s robbing our joy, stealing our peace, and hindering our ability to love," Audrey wrote as a caption to a photo (below) of herself and Jeremy.
This was a stunning admission to anyone who follows Audrey on Instagram because she is typically raving and gushing over Jeremy and over the concept of marriage in general.
What gives in that case?
Nothing, Audrey added. You just can't judge people by what you see on their social media accounts.
This is what she wrote along those candid lines:
We fight, struggle, cry, and face challenges just like anyone.
I’m saying this here because if you look at my Instagram feed from the past 3 weeks you don’t see the long tearful conversations, the hurtful remarks, the compiling complaints, the critical spirits, the prideful inner dialogue, or our unloving and disrespectful attitudes.
You don’t see the full picture.
"So friend, if you’re comparing your life, marriage, kids, house, job, body, etc. to what you see on Instagram, remember it’s NOT the full picture," Audrey concluded.
"And I just want to remind ya, you are enough. You are beautifully and wonderfully made. And you are loved."
Having read her daughter-in-law's honest description of what's been going on in her relationship, along with Audrey's admirable and honest stance on Instagram use, Amy jumped into Audrey's comments section.
"Life is real. We usually show the Best on IG and you're right," Amy wrote as a supportive remark, adding:
"There is a lot more that's also real behind the scenes others forget about and don't see."
It's very nice to see celebrities admit that their lives are messy and complicate, despite how they might appear to outsiders checking out photos or posts online.
Amy, for her part, has also made this very clear in her new memoir.
One chapter of this book is dedicated to her failed marriage to Matt Roloff (failure being relative here, considering the couple was together for 27 years and produced four amazing kids).
In it, she accuses Matt if cheating on her with Caryn Chandler and writes:
"Matt and our farm manager [Chandler], who had been working for us a number of years by then, seemed to have more than just a working relationship or friendship," she wrote of Matt's interactions with Caryn toward the end of his marriage.
"I saw messages, pictures, and other things that should not have been shared between people who just worked together and were still married to other people,” she added.
“I was devastated."
Why didn't she step in? Say something? Do something?
“In hindsight, I know I should have said something right away, but I didn’t," Amy also writes.
"I was scared and ashamed anything remotely like this could be happening.
"Was Matt really interested in someone else right in front of me? Why would he even go there when we were still married?"
Matt has not yet commented on his ex-wife calling him out in such a manner,
And we're certainly not saying Jeremy and Audrey Roloff are in a similar situation; we're just saying this is relevant because both Amy and now Audrey have proven one thing to be true:
Not all relationships are what they seem.
You can never really know what is going on in someone else's life. Try to keep that in mind.