Move over Duggars, there is a new ultra-Christian, anti-gay family on TLC, and it’s the Roloff’s of Little People, Big World. The Little People parents just finish divorcing, but a few Roloffs do not believe gays should marry. And Jeremy Roloff, the oldest son of conventional stature, has married a woman with some odd LGBT ideas of her own. Audrey Roloff, wife of Jeremy Roloff, is very against same-sex couples and marriage, and she doesn’t care who knows it. Audrey Roloff claims that she and her husband are Christian, and so this is in line with her thinking.
According to the Inquisitr, the Roloffs are not the only family with some hypocritical views on TLC for a big pay day. Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar of 19 Kids and Counting had to wish son Josh a happy birthday while he was in a treatment facility after he was found to have cheated on his wife, and trolled several cheating and dating sites. Josh Duggar and family claim moral high ground, while committing serious sins. Josh Duggar got caught in the Ashley Madison cheating scandal, and had sex with other women while married to Anna Duggar.
Radar Online claims that Audrey Roloff, married to Jeremy Roloff of Little People, Big World, is speaking for the Roloff family with the bible as her defense. Unbeknownst to many viewers, the Roloff clan has some heavy duty “Christian” values, which dictate the non acceptance of the LGBT community.
Audrey Roloff has a blog called Beating 50 Percent, which has an aim to “inspire covenant marriages” and “encourage husbands and wives to give more than 50% to their spouse.”
Though Audrey Roloff says she will “allow” same sex couples to read her blog (well, thanks Audrey), she says she cannot offer them advice, because same-sex marriage is not something Roloff believes in.
“We are for opposite-sex marriages that are striving to give more than average to their marriages. To live out the covenant of marriage every day, and to center their marriage around Christ. That being said, know that our content is not written to same-sex marriages, so to say that we don’t offer advice for that side is accurate.”
‘Little People’ Hate Scandal: Audrey Roloff Accused Of Slamming Gay Fans, Cozying Up To Anti-LGBT Minister’s Wife https://t.co/XLoKdasQbd— Celebrity News Feed (@_CelebNewsFeed_) May 25, 2016
Audrey Roloff has become close with anti-LGBT minister John Bevere and his wife Lisa, who are inspiring her to stand her ground on the issue, and know there is nothing wrong with calling a sin a sin.
“Calling Homosexuality a Sin Is Truth, Not Hatred or Bigotry.”
ONTD is reporting that Jeremy Roloff has some seriously strong thoughts on what it means to be a good Christian. Allegedly, he once claimed that he got bad grades in Spanish because the language was the work of the devil. Hmm. Roloff is quite concerned with anti-Christian persecution that is sweeping the country, and says that the left has “shot the first arrow.”
LPBW's Jeremy Roloff believes it's persecution to not let Christians discriminate against the gays https://t.co/CoRXdqdMuC— Claire Brooks (@violentdaylight) May 19, 2016
But She Knows says that Amy and Matt Roloff have finalized their divorce, and all the Roloff family Christian values could not stop that train from leaving the station. In the latest episode of Little People, Big World, the imploding couple was shooting a Thanksgiving dinner scene, and it broke down in a big way. Matt Roloff was sitting at the table, waiting for Amy Roloff to serve him dinner. Amy Roloff asked why he was just sitting there, to which Matt Roloff replied that it was 6:30, and he was told there was dinner. Amy Roloff then blew up at him.
“You know what? Shove it up your a**.”
Everyone in the room is uncomfortable, as once again Matt Roloff’s need for a schedule has bumped up against Amy Roloff’s opinion that Thanksgiving should be casual. After the shoot, Matt Roloff felt the need to comment on the blow up.
“Amy’s just notoriously late, and that’s one of the struggles with Amy and I through our entire marriage. When it was time for dinner, I sat down to try to keep everybody on schedule. And I think she was kind of pissed.”
Perhaps Amy and Matt Roloff could get some advice from Audrey Roloff’s blog.
Did you know there were anti LGBT sentiments within the Roloff family?
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