The pedophile crimes of the Duggars’ trooper friend Joseph Hutchens

30 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Funny Or Die Parodies Duggar Scandal: “He Mistaked Two Girls on Their Too-Toos” (Video).

A conservative Quiverfull writer with ties to the Duggars has come out swinging in defense of the “19 Kids & Counting” stars, posting a series of outraged Facebook posts praising the family in spite of an ongoing sexual abuse scandal. A US newspaper had an online fail after their site was spammed by multiple picture of a reality TV star currently mired in child sex abuse allegations.The real Duggars are currently dealing with the fallout following the revelation that 27-year-old Josh molested five young girls when he was 14 – which the family then covered up for years.

THEY’RE the Christian reality-show family engulfed by scandal after eldest son Josh admitted to sexually abusing girls, including several of his sisters.Funny Or Die has published a scathing parody of the Duggar family in the wake of Josh Duggar’s molestation allegations, mocking the family’s take on birth control, Christianity and homosexuality.

In the skit the actors – who look uncannily like the 19 Kids And Counting stars – bemoan how they and Josh are really the only ones affected, claim the accusers are probably lying, and even admit that there were further victims – including more of Josh’s own sisters. ‘The point is we handled it, okay?,’ Michelle insists. ‘When we were first told about Josh’s mistakes, we did the right thing and we ignored the girl who came forward.’ Jim goes on to claim that girls ‘lie all the time’, like when one of his daughters (he can’t remember which, J-something) told him there was a frog in one of their 16 industrial washing machines. ‘Here’s the thing, some other girls did come forward,’ Michelle admits, ‘and some of them were our daughters, but honestly if you asked me which one I don’t know… the brunette with the curly hair?’ ‘Homosexuals prey on children and they do not deserve to walk on God’s green Earth!’ Michelle declares, suddenly losing her signature soft-spoken tone. ‘Twelve years ago, as a young teenager, I acted inexcusably for which I am extremely sorry and deeply regret. Now, the sickening extent of the Duggars’ dysfunctionality is emerging, as well as that of the homeschool cult they belong to along with thousands across the US. Good people make mistakes and do regrettable and even disgusting things.” “The reason that the law protects disclosure of many actions on the part of a minor is that the society has traditionally understood something that today’s blood-thirsty media does not understand—that being a minor means that one’s judgement [sic] is not mature,” continued Gov. TLC pulled has since pulled it’s top-rated series from its network lineup, as has Hulu, while TLC is considering a spin-off starring the two married Duggar daughters as a way of shifting attention away from the main family. Huckabee. “No one needs to defend Josh’s actions as a teenager, but the fact that he confessed his sins to those he harmed, sought help, and has gone forward to live a responsible and circumspect life as an adult is testament to his family’s authenticity and humility.” When asked if the Duggars would be publicly supporting Huckabee or Santorum in the GOP race, a family rep declined to provide any further comment to E!

I hurt others, including my family and close friends.” His wife Anna said she would always stand by him and that he had confessed his “past teenage mistakes” when she and her family first visited the Duggar home. “I was surprised at his openness and humility and at the same time didn’t know why he was sharing it,” the 26-year-old added. He added: “We spoke with the authorities where I confessed my wrongdoing and my parents arranged for me and those affected by my actions to receive counseling [sic].” Josh’s sister’s father-in-law’s reaction was even more troubling, with the Inquisitr reporting that Michael Seewald had posted on his blog:“Many times it is simply lack of opportunity or fear of consequences that keep us from falling into grievous sin even though our fallen hearts would love to indulge the flesh. Following real-life Josh Duggar’s admission, and released a statement via their family website saying their son’s “very bad mistakes” inspired them to draw closer to God. Gothard stepped down from his position as head of the Institute in Basic Life Principles last year, after being accused of sexually harassing more than 30 women. “As for Bill Gothard, I am personally acquainted with him and I have a friend very close to that ministry,” Boyers wrote. “He was thoroughly investigated and what he was ACTUALLY found to be guilty of was touching some girls’ hands, hair and feet.

The ATI was founded by 80-year-old Bill Gothard, who is currently on “indefinite administrative leave” after it emerged that 34 women had made sexual harassment claims against him, which have not led to convictions. Gothard’s “Recovering Grace” lessons include the questions: “How did the ‘Socratic method’ of reasoning come from a sodomite manner of living?” “How can graphs help to visualise the consequences of lust?” and “How do prime numbers illustrate the principle of ‘one flesh’ in marriage?” The Duggars still apparently follow Gothard’s teaching plans, outlined by Gawker, which include disturbing advice on what to do if sexual abuse occurs in your family.

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