When her mom disagreed with her, Savannah pointed out that her troubled parents, Julia and Todd, are still able to focus on prayer after they were found guilty in June of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, conspiracy to defraud the United States and tax fraud. The matriarch was also convicted of wire fraud.
"I’m just over here angry, because it’s like, how is a God that’s supposed to be so loving and so full of hope [OK with this]?” Savannah asked. "How do you feel so hopeless?"
Savannah confessed she's been feeling frustrated since Julie and Todd's conviction, explaining, “Because my whole life could change. And I don’t mean money,” as she referred to the outcome of their sentencing.
"The two people that I’ve always had there for me and that’s been my support system and who I’ve leaned on, because I’m there for everyone else: my siblings, my friends, whoever it may be," Savannah continued, "But I always know I can be there for them because y’all have been there for me or you are there for me."
The reality star couple, who wed in 1996, have denied all charges. Their sentencing is scheduled for November 21.
After her parents' shocking conviction, Savannah took to social media to beg her followers to "please be kind" before they weigh in on her parents' legal woes. "This life is so cruel and we’re all doing the best we can," the star said at the time. "I will continue to stand by my family and fight for justice. Justice for ourselves and for others that the system has failed."
Todd and Julie were originally scheduled to receive their sentencing on October 6; however, they motioned for a new trial and acquittal in August, claiming their initial trial was "fundamentally unfair."
The controversial pair was granted a sentencing delay in September.
Us Weekly reported on Savannah's recent podcast episode.