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Chick-fil-A forced to feed dozens of Duggars after child molesting Josh dresses up like a cow

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Confessed child-molester Josh Duggar dressed like a cow to score some free food for his family at Chick-fil-a for Cow Appreciation Day Tuesday.

The Inquisitr reports that Duggar hasn’t appeared in any of his family’s social media photos since being released from a rehab facility after six months. However, Duggar friend Sierra Jo Dominguez posted a photo of the massive family, complete with Josh in what appears to be a white t-shirt colored with a black marker to make cow-like spots.

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Dominguez serves as the Duggar family party planner, helping with “gender reveal” parties for expecting mothers, wedding hoedowns etc.

Chick-fil-a is known for supporting anti-LGBT policies and despite boycotts and backlash for what activists call “hate chicken,” the company still gives money to support anti-LGBT causes. Their Cow Appreciation Day awarded free chicken to anyone who dressed like a cow and came to their establishment. The promotion is similar to Chipotle’s free burrito for those who wrap themselves in foil on Halloween.

Josh Duggar was caught last year using the infidelity site Ashley Madison around the same time he was advocating against same-sex marriage as an “attack on the family.”

The Duggars scored 168 free Krispy Kream donuts last year when they dressed up like pirates for “International Talk Like a Pirate Day.” But their luck acquiring free stuff changed when a frozen yogurt shop was overwhelmed with social media criticism for posting a photo of the Duggars in their store.

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The breeding brood posted photos, sans Josh, last year in front of a giant inflatable cow for the 2015 Cow Appreciation Day.

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North Korea conducts ‘crucial test’ at Sohae launch site: report

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North Korea has conducted another "crucial test" at its Sohae satellite launch site, state media reported Saturday, as nuclear negotiations between Pyongyang and Washington remain stalled with a deadline approaching.

The announcement comes a day before US Special Envoy on North Korea Stephen Biegun is set to arrive in Seoul for a three-day visit, and after the United States tested a medium-range ballistic missile over the Pacific Ocean on Thursday.

"Another crucial test was successfully conducted at the Sohae Satellite Launching Ground from 22:41 to 22:48 on December 13," a spokesman for the North's National Academy of Defence Science said in a statement carried by the official KCNA news agency.

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"Pardon me if I don't pop champagne, but aside from a cessation of continued escalation, there is not much worth cheering," leading China expert Scott Kennedy said in an analysis of the agreement.

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Is Donald Trump a supporter of Israel? Sure — he’s also an anti-Semite

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On Wednesday, Jared Kushner, who is both a White House senior adviser and President Trump's son-in-law, published an op-ed article in The New York Times defending the president's recent executive order supposedly meant to combat anti-Semitism. The controversial measure will establish that "Title VI of the Civil Rights Act’s prohibition against discrimination based on race, color or national origin covers discrimination against Jews" and defines anti-Semitism using the language of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance.

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