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Duggars teaming up with Huckabee again

Posted By on Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 7:41 AM

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Fading presidential candidate Mike Huckabee rose stoutly to the defense of  Josh Duggar until the facts got in the way. But it looks like the Duggars are edging back into the Huckabee camp.

The Inquisitr website reports that the Duggar family is now hawking history videos Huckabee produced. These are politically correct videos. 

According to the content description on the FAQ page, the videos “…recognize and celebrate faith, religion and the role of God in America’s founding…,” and “…correct the ‘blame America first’ attitude prevalent in today’s teaching.”

Relying on Huckabee for reliable history isn't a great idea based on the record, but, hey, anything for a buck. Since the Duggar reality TV show bit the dust, times have undoubtedly been harder for the brood.

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