As if the Duggar family didn't have enough drama in their own personal lives right now, it is being speculated that they posted a message regarding the LGBT community this weekend. The Supreme Court of the United States declared last week that it is now legal for same-sex partners to get married in all 50 states, and some people are wondering if what the 19 Kids and Counting family posted on their Facebook page after the historical SCOTUS was in response to the courts decision. The message comes at a very interesting time, as the family is currently dealing with their son, Josh Duggar's, molestation case being brought to the surface, as well as the possible cancellation of their TLC TV series.
Radar Online is alluding to the fact that the extremely Christian family might have posted the message on the social media site expressing their opinion about the court's decision earlier this week.
The clan posted a biblical message from 2 Chronicles on the social site, saying that sinners needed to pray to God, and ask Him for forgiveness.
"If my people which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land," the message read.
Some Facebook users also jumped to the conclusion that the message was posted about the courtes decision. Some users took to congratulating the family for the post, while others were extremely upset and fired back at the devout Christian family in the comment section.
According to The Inquistr, Jim Bob and Michelle, who have expressed their views on gay marriage in the past, said that they were "praying for our nation today," most likely in regards to the Supreme Courts decision. Josh also echoed his parents' sentiments in the past when he would speak at marriage rallies against gay marriage.
"Marriage is essential to the American family and every single child deserves a mother and a father," the star stated.
Watch ABC New report on the cancellation of 19 Kids below.
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