Anna & Josh Duggar Website Down While Josh Begs Anna to Stay?

Anna & Josh Duggar Website Down While Josh Begs Anna to Stay? November 3, 2015

Very interesting. Josh and Anna Duggar’s website JA20 is down right now. People are speculating that it’s a likely omen of a possible divorce. Could be, but it seems more likely that Josh hasn’t paid the hosting company bill while he’s in rehab. Here’s a screen cap of the site.

Screencap of as of 5:30pm today
Screencap of as of 5:30pm today

Looks like what some web services companies do when clients do not pay their bill, disable the website with the message for the site owner to contact the company.  Nicer than some places that state baldly that the site was taken down because of non-payment by a deadbeat client. What do you think?

At the same time one of those unnamed and possibly fake ‘Duggar insiders’ had this to say in Hollywood Life:

“He says that he can’t live without her and that Jesus has restored him. That he will make it up to her and the kids. He says he’s ready to start his life over with her and the family. He’s terrified of losing her and is hoping that his parents can convince her not to leave him.”

“A big fancy house is not that impressive, and (Anna) says she simply can’t be bought,” a source told us EXCLUSIVELY. “Anna has a new sense of self and isn’t going to put on the happy family show just to please her in-laws. She feels like they are more concerned with image than with the reality of the situation.”

Sounds like Anna has woken up and smelled the reality coffee. Jim Bob and Michelle are only concerned with image. Josh has sung this ‘Jesus forgives me’ tune before.

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