Well then, Jeremy Vuolo.
Tell us how you REALLY feel about Josh Duggar.
Speaking on his and his wife’s YouTube channel on Tuesday, the husband of Jinger Duggar held nothing at all back when touching on the topic of his brother-in-law.
And we mean: Absolutely. Nothing.
“My brother-in-law will one day stand before the [judgment] of Christ and have to give account for his actions — and I fear for him,” Jeremy said in this footage.
“If you take advantage of the vulnerable for your gain, you should be terrified.”
Vuolo made this remarks as part of 17-minute video titled “Three Truths.”
He made them about a father of seven who was convicted in December on two charges of child sex abuse after a jury determined that Josh had downloaded dozens and dozens of sexually graphic videos and photos … of kids under the age of 12.
“Josh’s life has proven to be one of a hypocrite. One life in public, and one life in private,” Jeremy continued, going scorched earth on the convicted pedophile.
He later pleaded for his brother-in-law to “repent” and “embrace the justice of the court.”
That doesn’t seem likely to happen, however.
Through his attorneys, Josh has mostly maintained his innocence ever since getting arrested in April 2021.
His legal team has tried to argue that Josh never viewed the material in question; and has also claimed that a co-worker at Josh’s former place of employment was actually the culprit.
The jury never bought what Josh was selling, though.
While Jeremy said on Tuesday hoped Josh would “experience” repentance, he added “I fear it has yet to be seen” and continued as follows:
“Often the devil wears a suit and tie.
“Jesus had no time, no sympathy for abusive leaders who preyed on the vulnerable.”
Laying it on even harsher, Vuolo later emphasized that Duggar is an “abusive hypocrite” who will “go to hell.”
Can Josh ever be forgiven?
Yes, Jeremy stated in the video.
But his “crimes” still must be “punished.”
Seemingly trashing his religious in-laws and some of the statements they’ve made in response to the situation, Jeremy added:
“It is sad to see the name of Christianity equated with this situation. This is not Christianity and Josh Duggar is not a representative of Jesus.”
Jeremy isn’t the only Duggar family member to release a lengthy statement calling out Josh for his heinous actions.
Shortly after the trial, Jill and Derick Dillard shared their powerful reaction.
“Until now, he has yet to be held accountable to the extent necessary to cause change in his dangerous pattern of behavior,” the husband and wife’s joint message read.
“It is unfortunate, but it seems that it may take spending over a decade in federal prison, and still more on probation, for Josh to have any potential for rehabilitation to the point he can safely live in society again.”
They also said back then:
“Hopefully, Josh can actually begin to get treatment and begin to work toward a lifestyle where he is less likely to reoffend.
“If for nothing else, the notoriety of this case has hopefully contributed to the deterrence of potential offenders and will help protect children by decreasing the demand for CSAM.”
At some point in the near future, Josh is expected to be transferred from an Arkansas detention center to a federal prison.