Jed Duggar is under fire for teasing a joke in the Fertile Clan’s latest pregnancy announcement.

“She tested positive but not for COVID,” wrote Duggar, 22, in the otherwise caption pretty painless pregnancy announcement on Instagram. “And then there was 3rd Baby Duggar. Spring ’22 “, read the caption announcing that he and his wife Katey are expecting their first child.

Although most of the comments were littered with supporters and well-wishers, Katie Joy, host of” Without a Crystal Ball, “after Duggar, to joke in the context of the dire state of the coronavirus pandemic in Arkansas, where the Duggars are from.

There are nearly 465,000 in Arkansas, according to the New York Times’ coronavirus database reported cases of COVID-19.

Joy also noted that Duggar’s joke appeared on a photo of her announcement, which was only seen on the YouTube version. “Katey & Jed shared this photo on her YouTube video, but not on Instagram. What I’m sure was intent, “she said.

” Cringey caption bro, “wrote one commenter while another added,” a pregnancy announcement that makes a joke of Covid. How fun. “

“Congratulations on your bundle of joys, on the other hand, you may want to change the caption, which is not very sensitive to the time you know as millions die,” noted one commenter.

Jed and Katey were in April tense in Arkansas and announced in their announcement video that she discovered she was pregnant after taking a test in a Walmart bath.

But the Duggars are more concerned than Jed’s crater-like prospect than it is Creating stand-up: The linchpin of the family empire, TLC’s “Counting On”, was canceled this spring following the child porn arrest of Duggar’s eldest son, Josh.

The trial of 33-year-old Duggar was originally scheduled to begin in July, but a federal judge ruled in June that the trial could be postponed to November 30th after his defense team brought in a new expert to review the evidence check.

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