Duggar cousin Amy King is sharing a strong message with Anna Duggar. Anna is Josh Duggar’s wife, and the pair is currently expecting their seventh child together.
Amy’s message comes in response to Josh’s recent arrest for the possession of child sexual abuse material. His hearing is in July, and in the meantime, he’s living with a pastor and his wife. He was released on conditions, such as only being allowed to see his children with Anna’s supervision and wearing a GPS tracking device. Anna has gotten plenty of backlash for staying by Josh’s side through all of this. Many fans and critics think she should leave him and protect her children. But for now, Anna reportedly thinks he’s innocent and claims the arrest was arranged by Joe Biden.
While Anna may not listen to fans and critics and leave her husband, a family member is hopeful that she will hear her out.
Duggar cousin Amy King wants Anna to leave Josh
In a tweet, Amy wrote, “He might love you, but if he can’t love you properly and in a healthy way then you need to PACK YOUR BAGS. Life is too short to waist time on someone who cannot give you their whole heart [sic].” Along with this message, Amy shared a gif of Alexis Rose from Schitt’s Creek trying to stuff a suitcase.
Note that Amy doesn’t include Anna’s name anywhere in this tweet, but it’s safe to assume that it’s directed at her. In the replies, fans are chiming in and urging Anna to leave. One writes, “She won’t leave! It is sad, but she won’t.” Another Twitter user adds, “I have to agree with you…. I feel like she will stay because that’s what she’s taught and Josh the Sicko also knows it.”
He might love you, but if he can’t love you properly and in a healthy way then you need to PACK YOUR BAGS. Life is too short to waist time on someone who cannot give you their whole heart. pic.twitter.com/gLhEgwv294
— Amy Rachelle King (@amyduggar) June 4, 2021
Amy also wants Anna to make her voice heard. In another tweet, she is sitting outside playing with her son Daxton. She says, “I will not be silenced.” Then, she points at the camera and adds, “And neither should you.”
Once again, Amy doesn’t explicitly mention Anna by name, but many of her followers assume the tweet is meant for Anna.
Attention! 🗯!!!! !!!!!! 💬 pic.twitter.com/K9sW2VkdZn
— Amy Rachelle King (@amyduggar) June 5, 2021
So, do you think these two tweets from cousin Amy King are directed at Anna Duggar? Do you think Anna will listen to her? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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