Millennials hate Josh Duggar because they don’t believe in forgiveness

Millennials hate Josh Duggar because they don’t believe in forgiveness

The Josh Duggar circus has entered the realm of farce. After a disastrous interview with Fox’s Megyn Kelly, in which the Duggar parents not only tried to downplay their son’s actions but openly admitted that other members of their church didn’t think his actions were that big of a deal, social networks lit up with rage at the entire family and at their defenders.

That this case has the potential to become an embarrassment for conservatives goes without saying. Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee has already taken heat for defending the family, and more than a few Twitter users made the harsh suggestion that Fox News, where the Duggar interview took place, was willing to excuse child molestation.

However, along with the attacks on Huckabee and Fox (often from predictably partisan sources), another, more expansive attack was also taking place.

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