Josh Duggar left a somewhat questionable comment on one of his sister Jessa Seewald’s social media posts. Now, that post has resurfaced, revealing the comment and sparking a discussion about Josh’s intentions.
Duggar fans know that the eldest son was arrested in April for allegedly possessing child sexual abuse material. He’s currently living with a third party under strict conditions. His trial is in July. At that time, he could be sentenced to up to 40 years in prison if found guilty. For now, the family is maintaining that he is not guilty.
Nonetheless, many Duggar fans and critics alike are shaken up by this news and hope it’s not true. Recently, someone uncovered a comment, which is somewhat strange. And they think his recent arrest makes the comment even creepier.
Josh Duggar leaves odd comment on Jessa Seewald’s post
On Reddit, a user shared an old Facebook post from Jessa. She posted the photo of herself and her now-husband Ben Seewald back in 2013.
The user also included Josh’s comment in a screenshot. His comment reads, “I’m watching you.” He also included an eyeball emoji.
There are a number of possible reasons that Josh decided to leave that comment on his sister’s post. Some think he is simply being a protective big brother since she was courting Ben at the time. But, due to Josh’s rough history, critics don’t think his comment is innocent. They think it’s pretty freaky coming from someone who molested his sisters as a teen, was accused of assaulting a woman, and allegedly had child sexual abuse content on his computer.
One user writes, “I think he was trying to be all ‘relatable big brother’ but because of who he is and what we now know it comes off creepy.”
Another echoes a similar sentiment, stating, “A normal big brother saying that would be fine. Coming from a brother that assaulted you is creepy.”
In another reply, a Duggar Snark adds, “I think we can rule out ‘protective big brother’ since he was the person his sisters needed to be protected from.”
So, what do you think of this comment Josh Duggar made on his sister Jessa’s post? Do you think he had wrong intentions, or was he simply being a “big brother?” Let us know in the comments below.
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