Think Progress collects Josh Duggar’s nine most sanctimonious moments as Executive Director of the Family Research Council. (Mr Family Values, that guy – grope your sisters, they’re Family.)
1. When Josh Duggar argued that an LGBT nondiscrimination measure in Arkansas jeopardized the safety of children:
Enacting additional laws that are trying to protect one group of people over another is not really the solution and in fact it has the inverse effect on others…We have to make sure we’re standing up to protect the rights of privacy and protecting the well-being of women and children in our cities.
Yeah baby. Keep the poofters from molesting our women and children. Don’t let them marry, because then they might have a straight son who would molest his younger sisters. We wouldn’t want that.
3. When Josh Duggar appeared at a charity event and talked about how doing evil things to children is the worst:
In the absence of doing good, Duggar said, “evil comes in to fill the void,” adding, evil done to children is “one of its worst forms.” CCHO is a place they can go and “break that chain (of evil).”
So is prison…if their parents don’t cover the whole thing up until after the statue of limitations expires. Isn’t this a great country?
7. When Josh Duggar went on the Today Show and talked about how “children are a gift” that require you to look “beyond youself”:
You know, really children are a gift from the Lord and when you look at them that way and you look at them really as more of an investment and really, you know, looking beyond yourself, I think that’s what’s so important.
An investment in high quality young tits and pussies to grope.
That’s only three of the nine. He’s a dedicated man.