When it comes to the Duggars, it looks like they just can't win with their critics. Critics are blasting the reality television family for being "hypocrites" once again after a report indicated that Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar are promoting an app aimed to help make men better dads and people.
Many critics are pointing out that the Duggars are doing too little too late, considering their own son Josh Duggar is in rehab for his sex and porn addictions. The scandalized star admitted to sexually abusing his four sisters and cheating on his wife Anna last summer.
According to The Hollywood Gossip, Jim Bob and Michelle are encouraging Christian men to "win" at life, by explaining that society's future rests on the shoulders of young males.
In the clip (which is no longer available), the couple can be heard saying, "When men win: wives, kids, and society wins. When men win, we don't have to build as many shelters for abandoned families. When men win, we don't pay the psychological and emotional toll for fatherless kids, or care for so many abused and neglected wives."
They also say that the app should help men "stay connected to your kids" and "be the dad that you should be."
The Duggars lost their reality show, 19 Kids & Counting, last summer when TLC booted them off the air.