Jessa Duggar attacked by pro-choice advocates on Instagram (PHOTOS)
This is not the first time that 19 Kids and Counting's Jessa Duggar has sparked controversy with her Instagram pictures, but her latest snaps have caused a massive fight among Instagram users.
The TV personality is extremely pro-life and she, along with her husband Ben Seewald, attended an anti-abortion protest in Little Rock, Arkansas, over the weekend.
Taking to Instagram to share pictures of the protest, Duggar captioned one of them, "Headed to Little Rock right now for the annual March for Life! Join us at our state Capitol at 2pm, and together let us take a stand for the life of the unborn."
Duggar, and the rest of her family, are particularly vocal about their religious and political views and it is not surprising that there were several Instagram users who blasted Duggar for her pictures. Several pro-choice supporters flew in to fits of rage, and there have been some very angry debates between followers with different viewpoints.
Some of the reactions read, "I am completely fine with you being against abortion, BUT that doesn't make it okay for you to force your beliefs on other people. Let he choice be between a woman and her doctor. Stay out of other people's private lives." [sic]
Another Instagram user wrote, "If you truly believed that 'God' treated every life equally, you would be supporting the protesters for Mike Brown, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice, Jordan Baker, John Crawford, and so many others who do not fit the neat, white, Southern Christian profile that you seem to advocate for the most, but who constitute human life regardless. Should a fetus truly have a greater right to life than a living person with a fully realized life full of hopes, dreams, fears, relationships, etc.?" [sic]
But there are many people who share Duggar's views, too.
"It cracks me up that everyone [sic] of you anti-Christians come on to this profile knowing she's a CHRISTIAN. She won't change what she believes just because of what you say. They made freedom of speech for a reason and we all have different opinions. Don't come on here commenting on stuff knowing that this is a Christian page," one fan wrote.
Another user wrote, "Does anyone believe in the 10 commandments? Does 'Thou shall not kill' ring a bell? God created that life for a reason. Who r u to kill it?" [sic]
According to the Daily Mail, the rally was the 36th March for Life, which is held every year to protest the Roe v. Wade decision by the Supreme Court to legalize abortion.