Ginger Duggar’s husband, Jeremy, claims ‘The Devil’ Josh should ‘never be allowed out’ of prison after child pornography scandal

Jeremy Volo didn’t swear by words when he spoke of Ginger’s brother-in-law Josh Duggar in a recent sermon, calling him “the devil.”

The former soccer player and his reality star wife have spoken out in the wake of Josh’s arrest on child pornography charges.

Jeremy Volo didn't hold anything back when discussing Josh Duggar's arrest


Jeremy Volo didn’t hold anything back when discussing Josh Duggar’s arrestCredit: YouTube / Ginger and Jeremy Volo
He and Ginger Duggar have been vocal about not supporting the beleaguered star


He and Ginger Duggar have been vocal about not supporting the beleaguered starcredit: TLC

Jeremy, IK, recorded a sermon on YouTube in which he talks about God and seeking forgiveness.

Ginger’s brother Josh, TK, is mentioned several times, even calling him a “devil” and an “evil sinner.”

The Alum Reliance Center told its subscribers: “What happened on the cross is that Jesus Christ stood in the place of sinners and endured the penalty of sin as if he had committed all these sins. It is a reality. It shows us that the alternative is the essence of the gospel; Jesus Christ replaced the wicked. .

“He takes away our sins, and we get his righteousness which means that even the most wicked sinner can be counted righteous. Josh Duggar can be wonderfully saved, and so can you and I.”

Ginger Duggar's husband, Jeremy, criticizes Josh as
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Jeremy continues, “But here’s the second fact to be made public: Josh can be forgiven, but that does not eliminate the requirement that his crimes be punished in any way. Forgiveness never means the temporal consequences disappear.”

He adds, “It would be a miscarriage of justice for a guilty criminal to be brought back to the public, which means that the convicted criminal will not demand injustice – because his crimes will remain unpunished because of God’s forgiveness – but they will demand it. Their crimes should be punished knowing that it is right, and that it reflects the uprightness of God’s justice “.

Later, Ginger’s husband said, “The true repentance of a man like Josh Duggar, for anyone, would be very clear to everyone.”

Jeremy goes on to refer to the case of Larry Nassar, who worked with the United States women’s gymnastics team and was arrested after several members of the team came forward accusing him of abusing them.

That’s not all Jeremy said about Josh.


The former reality star said in a YouTube video, “My son-in-law will one day stand before [judgment] Christ has to be held accountable for his actions – and I fear for him. … If you take advantage of the underdogs for your own gain, you must be terrified.”

“Josh’s life has proven to be a hypocritical one,” he says.

“One life in the open, one life in secret.”

Jeremy urged Josh to “repent” and “embrace the justice of the court.”

He also said he hoped Josh would “experience” repentance, adding, “I’m afraid she hasn’t been seen yet.”

Josh was convicted in December of possessing and receiving child pornography and faced up to 20 years in prison.

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Following the judge’s ruling, Jeremy and Ginger released a statement.

“We are saddened by the victims of horrific child abuse. We are saddened by Josh’s family, his dear wife and children,” the couple revealed in a lengthy Instagram post.

“We mourn the shame this has caused to the name of Christ. Josh claims to be a Christian. When a recognized follower of Jesus is exposed as a hypocrite, the reaction of many will be to challenge the integrity of Jesus himself.

“They will question the legitimacy of the Savior who secretly delights his so-called followers with the sins they publicly denounce. That is why the Apostle Paul said to religious hypocrites, ‘The name of God is blasphemed among the nations because of you’ (Romans 2:24).

“For Josh, we fear for his soul,” the statement continued.

The couple added: “However, amid our grief, there is gratitude. We are grateful that God is a God of justice who takes care of the innocent and the helpless. Of all the people in this world, he especially loves children, who are among the most vulnerable.”

After sharing various verses from the Bible, the couple concluded by saying, “We thank God for revealing Josh’s actions and a legal system committed to protecting the innocent and punishing the guilty in this case.

“We are grateful for justice. We pray for more justice, justification, protection, and healing for all who have been wronged.”

While Jeremy and Ginger don’t seem to be standing in Josh’s corner, other family members are.

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Josh’s wife, Anna, supported the father of seven throughout his trial.

The Sun can exclusively reveal that 55-year-old mother of Anna and Josh, Michelle, were the only immediate family members to write letters to the judge.

In Anna’s letter, she described her husband of 13 years and father of seven children as “respectful, quick to forgive, patient and truly the kindest person.”

“Joshua is an engaged dad who gladly throws a soccer ball with his sons, listens to our daughters play a new song they learned on piano, helps answer their homework questions, or reaches out to clean up spilled cookies.”

Anna added: “He is a kind, loving, supportive and caring father and husband – his primary focus in life.

“My children and I depend on Joshua for financial, emotional and physical support. Many others depend on Joshua as well.”

Her message read: “Joshua has worked hard to provide for me and our seven (now) children.

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“But the happiest part of the day so far is when dad comes home from work, and his cheerful voice fills the house.” Hello guys! how’s it going? What did you learn about in school today? It is usually the beginning of the conversation between greeting each of our children.

Anna has been married to Josh since 2008 and they have seven children.

Jeremy referred to Josh as


Jeremy referred to Josh as a “devil” and a “evil sinner.”Credit: YouTube / Ginger and Jeremy Volo
Josh was convicted of child pornography charges in 2021


Josh was convicted of child pornography charges in 2021Credit: Splash
Jeremy and Ginger released a statement after the ruling, criticizing Josh


Jeremy and Ginger released a statement after the ruling, criticizing JoshCredit: Instagram / Jinger Duggar

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