Jim Bob Duggar Loses Arkansas Primary Bid Days After Son Josh Convicted in Porn Case

A former city council member and a retired U.S. Navy captain are headed toward a runoff for the Republican nomination for an Arkansas state Senate seat, beating out candidates in a special primary that included “19 Kids and Counting” father Jim Bob Duggar.

AP

DIFFICULT SEASON

The “difficult season” Duggar referred to is likely attributed to his son, Josh Duggar, being convicted of downloading and possessing child sex abuse images on his work computer. During his trial, a family friend also testified that Josh regularly molested young girls since he was a boy. He was found guilty on all charges and faces up to 20 years in federal prison.

PRAYER

“Above all, I am thankful to God for His love and kindness toward us, and pray He will cause His face to shine on our state and nation,”

LANDSLIDE

The poll results from Tuesday’s election show that Colby Fulfer, who is chief of staff for the city of Springdale, won over 46 percent of the vote. Steve Unger won over 36 percent of the vote. The two will face off in a January 11 primary runoff.

Duggar got about 15 percent of the vote.

 Newsweek

SISTER JANA

 Meanwhile in addition to Josh’s case … his sister, Jana, has been charged for child endangerment.

Jana Duggar is breaking her silence. The former “Counting On” star took to Instagram on Tuesday to speak out about being charged with endangering the welfare of a minor, claiming the situation was “an accident.” “The raw facts: I was babysitting a few months ago when one of the children wandered outside alone. A passerby who saw the child called the police,” the post reads in part.

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