It’s not quite as impressive as a circus disappearing act, but the Josh Duggar sexual molestation scandal has been just as unpredictable as any circus. More and more questionable decisions keep being made – the most recent one by Duggar and his wife, Anna. Their family (the Duggar parents and their three, young children) had their own website for some time. As of May 28, that website has been deleted. We easily assume this is part of the scandal’s backlash.
But people are speculating about something else – something a little more ominous. It is possible that the Duggar family knew that the news was going to break before it did. For example, Anna Duggar posted a quote about forgiveness on her Instagram page just before her husband publicly admitted to sexually molesting five, underage girls. On Mother’s Day, Ben Seewald (husband to Jessa Duggar Seewald), posted his grievances with abusive parents to his Instagram page. Some wonder if he was referring to his wife’s parents, Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar. Neither hunch has been proven.
We are keeping an eye out for more Duggar news, but so far, TLC has not decided if 19 Kids and Counting will be canceled.