Facebook commenters slam ‘hypocrite’ Josh Duggar over Ashley Madison link: He’s like sex abuser ‘Subway Jared’
Facebook commenters ripped Josh Duggar’s glaring hypocrisy after the sister-abusing anti-LGBT activist was linked to two paid accounts with the adultery website Ashley Madison.
Duggar, the former reality TV star, resigned from his highly paid job with the Family Research Council — where he campaigned against marriage equality — after it was revealed that he had molested four of his sisters and another girl as they slept.
Hackers dumped a trove of data from the online hookup site that revealed the 28-year-old disgraced activist had set up two accounts — one using his parents’ address in Arkansas and another from the home he shared in Oxon Hill, Maryland, with his wife and their children.
Social media users posted hundreds of scathing comments to a post on the couple’s Facebook account soliciting donations for a family friend who is undergoing cancer treatment.
“I just love how my marriage to my husband was a threat to the sanctity of his marriage to Anna while he’s hooking up with chicks in Oxon Hill,” wrote David P. DeVito. “What a piece of trash.”
Even some of his fans said the latest revelation was too much for them.
“I’m sorry, sweetie,” wrote Amanda Christine Wolfe. “Josh, I didn’t judge you for past mistakes, but to be a hypocrite and go against the very grain of God by spouting you stand for Him…… may your heart find true repentance. You are nothing but a well of pain for those who love(d) and trust(ed) you.”
Other commenters ripped Duggar for “flaunting” his own $500 donation to the Wilson family — which they said was not nearly enough in light of recent revelations.
“So Josh, you spent $986.76 toward Ashley Madison Dating Website for cheating husbands and wives?” wrote Facebook user Gail Cheyenne. “I feel so sorry for Anna! Now why don’t you match that amount and give it to the Wilson family. I dare you!”
“He spent more on Ashley Madison then he did on Mr. Wilson’s cause,” posted David Aleman.
Numerous commenters urged Duggar’s wife, who gave birth last month to the couple’s fourth child, to leave.
“You don’t have to stay with him, Anna,” wrote Deidre Ensz Mattox. “You can make a better life for yourself and your children.”
Another commenter compared Duggar to disgraced Subway pitchman Jared Fogle — who reached an agreement with federal prosecutors to plead guilty to child pornography and underage sex charges.
“At least Subway Jared’s wife was smart enough to leave,” wrote Bill Ellifritz.