In the six months since Josh Duggar was convicted on child pornography charges, his family has come no closer to accepting the fact that he’s a predatory monster who deserves to be locked up for a very, very long time.
If anything, it seems that Josh’s loved ones are more convinced of his innocence than ever before.
We have new evidence of the Duggars’ delusion this week, thanks to letters that the family submitted to the court ahead of Josh’s sentencing hearing, which is scheduled for May 25.
One of the most shockingly out-of-touch appeals comes to us from none other than Josh’s mother.
In a lengthy letter to the judge, Michelle Duggar wrote that she hopes “a fair and just sentence is determined.”
(We feel the same way, but our definition of “fair and just” is probably very different from Michelle’s.)
“Joshua has a tender heart and he is compassionate toward others,” the Duggar matriarch wrote.
“If someone is having a difficult time, he is one of the first to encourage or try to help them in a tangible way. He and his wife and children have helped many others by doing cleaning and repair projects and lending a helping hand.”
From there, Michelle continued to completely miss the point, making no mention of Josh’s crimes and instead boasting about how good he is with money.
“Joshua has always been a positive and upbeat person,” she wrote.
“He is wise financially — saving money for the future and purposing not to go into debt. He is a good provider for his family, working diligently and thinking of creative ways to support and take care of his wife and children. He is also generous and shares his resources with others in need.”
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Source:: The Hollywood Gossip