Michael Seewald: Jessa Duggar's Father-in-Law SLAMS Josh Duggar as "Evil"

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Yet another in-law is speaking out against Josh Duggar and his adulterous ways. And Michael Seewald is not a man who minces words.

Duggars and Seewalds

First, Anna Duggar's brother Daniel Keller went OFF on Facebook, calling for his sister to run away from the 27-year-old former reality star.

Her sister Susanna echoed that, and even unnamed Duggar family members got in on the act, saying someone needs to "break" Josh.

Now, the outspoken father of Jessa Duggar's husband, Ben Seewald - has taken to his personal blog to lash out at Josh's "evil" lifestyle. 

“It distresses me to say that Josh Duggar’s greatest sin is a byproduct of the sum total of his secretly sinful lifestyle," Michael Seewald wrote.

"That is, that by his hypocrisy, he blasphemed the name of God," he writes.

"He claimed to be a Christian, but by his deeds he has suggested otherwise."

"With the name of God on his lips he lived a covert, extensive lifestyle of evil.”

While the Duggars (mostly) are still standing by Josh, it seems those that are only tied to him through marriage are feeling far less forgiving.

Michael tearing Josh a new one says a lot, as he has been one of the Duggars' staunch defenders from their growing chorus of critics.

Previously, he called critics of Jessa Duggar's anti-abortion views "Hitler's doppelgangers" in a particularly vitriolic defense of the family.

Seewald goes on to explain how he was happy to give Josh a second chance after it was revealed that he molested his sisters as a teen.

However, he says that knowing Josh cheated on his wife with at least one prostitute, he now feels that he's out of second chances.

Josh simply duped his family, friends and fans, Michael opines:

“I publicly stated that Josh appeared to be a changed man, was walking above reproach, and living out the faith that he professed."

“I stood in solidarity" then, he adds, "encouraging him to use the scandal to build humility and grace. Sadly, he had deceived us all."

"Josh was a pretender.”

Seewald says he believes that "forgiveness can still be obtained," but "the consequences of Josh’s sins will be with him the rest of his life."

Will Anna?

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