LITTLE People's Isabel Roloff slammed trolls' "vile" messages after she celebrated Joe Biden's election win.
The reality star and her husband, Jacob Roloff, have not been on the same page with his brother Jeremy and his sister-in-law Audrey over politics.
Isabel took to her Instagram Story and wrote: "My favorite thing is when people come at me with some ridiculous vile messages or comments and when I respond accordingly they say things like, 'Wow wouldn't expect this from you. So much for love and light.'
"As if kind, spiritual people are just expected to tolerate anything and everything."
She added: Love & light has its place, but so does holding people accountable, speaking up, and calling out bulls**t when you see it."
Previously, the 24-year-old had showed her excitement over Biden being voted as the next president of the United States.
She wrote: "Historic moment in history. Celebrating joy today because I CAN FEEL IT ALL OVER THE COUNTRY RIGHT NOW."
Jacob has also been quite open about his opinion, even calling out Jeremy for his support over Donald Trump.
Recently, Jacob slammed his brother for being "one of these millions" who are "primed to believe Donald Trump's baseless lies."
The siblings also found themselves at odds when Jeremy agreed with a tweet that claimed: “Not all Democrats are looters and rioters but all looters and rioters are Democrats."
In response, Jacob, 23, wrote: “There’s an equal amount of circumstantial evidence to say: Not all Republicans are bigots and racists, but all bigots and racists are Republican.
“I personally wouldn’t use this flawed logic, but it isn’t 'truth."
Earlier this year, Jacob even urged his followers not to follow his brother, 30, because he spread "disinformation" about the Oregon wildfires.
Audrey also ruffled feathers in this feud after she shared a Black Lives Matter post that had no call to action or information on how fans could work with the movement, which infuriated the activist couple.
Jacob wrote: "Things like this are very, very bad.
"White people with moneyed cameras and moneyed families using black music, black message, black faces, to spread police propaganda and white Christian voices while contributing nothing to the movement, no call to donation, no call to action; only empty gestures and fancy platitudes."
"This is not activism!" he concluded before adding a link to donate to a fund in George Floyd's daughter's name.
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