Last December, Josh Duggar was found guilty on both counts in his child sexual assault materials trial. That was a few weeks before Christmas, and nobody would have been the least bit surprised had Josh’s wife Anna Duggar written a letter to Santa that year, asking for divorce papers. But that didn’t happen, and according to sources, you’re never going to hear Anna say the words, “Oh, Duggar was my old last name, I don’t go by that anymore. And why yes, I did throw my cursed wedding ring into a swamp to make sure I never see it again.” Anna Duggar is currently married to a convicted sex offender who was sentenced to 151 months (or a little over 12 years) in federal prison, and it’s going to stay that way, because sources are saying she’ll never, ever divorce that repulsive ball of grossness.
Josh and Anna got married back in 2008 when they were both just 20 years old. And just like in the grand Duggar tradition, they started popping out kids asap. Currently, Josh and Anna share seven kids, aged 12 years old to seven months. I’ve heard plenty of people who stay together for the kids, which would be terribly ironic in this case, considering that Josh will be on 20 years of supervised release when he gets out of prison and that he isn’t allowed unsupervised contact with minors, not even his own children. But that’s not Anna’s plan here. Nope, she and Josh are staying together for Jesus! via Us Weekly:
“She won’t move on with another man,” a source exclusively tells Us Weekly of the 33-year-old Florida native. “They don’t believe in divorce.”
“They look up to God and pray tirelessly for their family,” the source tells Us, adding that Josh and his wife remain “very devout” in their beliefs. “She’s going to stand by her husband and she’s going to continue raising their kids to the best of her ability.”
A little while after Josh’s arrest, it was said that Anna would be as loyal to Josh as a lap-dwelling vacant-eyed treat-motivated Shih Tzu because she truly believed in her heart of hearts that her husband – yes, that guy – was an innocent man who would be exonerated by the courts. And, he wasn’t, of course. Josh was found guilty. But obviously, Anna’s faith in Josh remains steadfast, and she’s still committed to her marriage. Well, that, or she’s been so effectively brainwashed. But if UsWeekly’s source is telling the truth about how much praying Anna is doing, then Anna might want to consider picking up a new hobby. Because 12 years’ worth of daily praying for your poor awful husband and poor terrible marriage feels like a waste of Heavenly resources. I might be cynical, but I can’t be the only one. I’m sure there’s an angel in charge of prayer dispatch who just saw another incoming message from Anna Duggar and sent it to voicemail.