Josh Duggar will not apologize for sexually abusing his underage sisters.
According to new reports Duggar will be returning to reality TV after completing a Christian “faith-based” rehabilitation program for sexual addiction earlier this year. Duggar entered the program after publicly admitting to molesting underage girls, including four of his sisters, as well as adultery and a pornography addiction.
Duggar checked out of the Christian “faith-based” rehabilitation center last March after spending six months at Reformers Unanimous located in Illinois. However, the facility is not a medical institution, it is instead a faith-based scam that preys on gullible conservative Christians like the Duggars, and it is doubtful that Josh received any meaningful treatment there.
A source told InTouch that Josh will be returning to reality TV for the second season of his sisters’ new series “Jill and Jessa Counting On,” and TLC expects his appearance to be “ratings gold”:
Josh will appear on the next season of his sisters’ series. The plan is for him to address everything he’s done. What he has to say will be ratings gold, and TLC — and the Duggars — know it.
The source goes on to explain that while Duggar will discuss sexually abusing his underage sisters as well as his marital infidelities and pornography addiction, he will not apologize for his actions, because the devil made him do it:
Josh will cover everything and he will maintain the family line that god has saved his soul and guided him back to the right path. But one thing you probably won’t hear is that he’s actually sorry, as he believes that external forces were to blame for his behavior.
Bottom line: When Josh blames “external forces” for his crimes, that’s code for “the devil made him do it.”