Michelle, Jim Bob Duggar: Slammed For Trying To Get Josh Back Into Spotlight

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Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar are beginning to get slammed by the public again. And this time it is for the same reason - their son Josh Duggar. Recently, they brought their disgraced son Josh Duggar back into the spotlight, which invited the ire of fans all over again. Critics hounded the Duggars when they shared a photograph of Josh with his wife Anna and their four children in order to send him happy birthday wishes on their social media accounts last week.

Fans are outraged by the sight of Josh Duggar, so he is not part of their spin-off show titled "Jill & Jessa: Counting On." His fans cannot forgive or forget that his sex abuse of his four sisters happened when he was a teenager in 2002 and 2003. He also cheated on his wife Anna Duggar through an Ashley Madison account in 2005.

Josh Duggar was present for his sister Jinger Duggar's wedding special, but TLC edited him out of the picture, according to Hollywood Gossip. Producers shot only the rear of his head and kept him out of the episode with the help of a fake sun glare. Although Josh is a member of the Duggars' everyday life, producers are deliberately not putting the spotlight on him. However, Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar are showing pictures of Josh on social media again, hoping to whitewash his mistakes.

While Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar are trying to piece their past together, the family is just hoping to move on and return to reality television full-time. Still, that is not expected to happen anytime soon. Viewers do not want to see him back on TV at all. People are just surprised that Anna is still married to him, even though he caused a lot of heartache to her and her family. No one wants to give him a second chance anymore, even though his own family is supportive, according to the report.

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