Amy Duggar Enthusiastically Claims the Duggar Family ‘Sucks More’ Than Her Husband’s Family After Josh Duggar Trial Verdict
Josh Duggar’s trial ended in December 2021, but Duggar family followers are still waiting to hear what the future holds for the 19 Kids and Counting star. Some Duggar family members spoke out directly after the guilty verdict. And Amy Duggar, Josh’s cousin, has been quite vocal regarding how she feels about it all. Recently, she posted a TikTok where she enthusiastically agrees with her husband that her family “sucks more” than his. Here’s what she posted.
Amy Duggar was vocal about Josh Duggar’s trial when it began
Amy Duggar spoke out against the Duggar family prior to Josh Duggar’s trial. She publicly stood by Jill Duggar after Jill notably left the family behind. And she also noted she agreed with TLC’s decision to cancel Counting On. When it came to Josh’s trial, she posted her feelings to social media. And it was clear she wanted justice for those directly affected.
As for the trial, Amy posted to her Instagram Stories in December 2021, “Stop & PRAY today that there is Justice for the CHILDREN.” She also posted text posts in response to the guilty verdict. “May the daughters who were abused feel validated,” one of her Instagram posts reads. “You are truly beautiful and worthy of love.”
Additionally, she tagged Jill’s husband, Derick Dillard, in a tweet. “Praying as well,” she posted to Twitter. “Lord may justice be served ice cold.”
Amy Duggar enthusiastically claimed the Duggar family ‘sucks more’ than her husband’s family in new TikTok
In addition to Twitter and Instagram, Amy Duggar has TikTok. On Jan. 17, 2022, she posted a TikTok of her and her husband answering questions as a couple. The video depicts them in bed together having fun.
“Who usually gets to pick the TV shows you watch?” the voice from the game begins. To that, Amy and her husband point at each other.
Then, the next question asks, “Whose family sucks more?” To that, both she and her husband point directly at her, and Amy’s eyes bulge at the question before the TikTok video cuts off.
It’s clear Amy’s talking about the Duggars given how often she throws shade in their direction. Aside from Josh Duggar’s trial, she also threw shade at Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar for seemingly tasking Jana Duggar with watching all of the kids in the household. Jana Duggar nearly had to go to court over child endangerment charges.
Does Josh Duggar’s family support him despite what Amy Duggar thinks?
Amy Duggar clearly doesn’t support Josh Duggar, but what about the rest of the Duggar family? Josh Duggar’s wife, Anna Duggar, as well as Jim Bob Duggar, Jill Duggar, Jessa Duggar, Jana Duggar, Joy-Anna Duggar, James Duggar, and Justin Duggar all attended various days of the trial. After the trial, a number of Duggar family members posted to their Instagrams that they agreed with the judicial system’s verdict.
A source also told In Touch that the Duggars feel divided by what they heard in the courtroom. “[Michelle Duggar] and [Jim Bob Duggar] are trying to stay strong, praying for Josh, [Anna Duggar], and their grandkids,” the source claimed. “The family is rallying, but some of the kids can’t forgive their brother Josh for what he did. They’re horrified that he didn’t get help sooner.”
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