Michael Skupin is ready to talk.
The ex-contestant said in a statement:
The 54-year-old explained that he's turning to religion following his arrest, adding:
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Earlier this week, Mike got into a HEATED debate with a woman over the large family at one of his campaign stops in Iowa. The whole mess started when the attendee questioned Huckabee's support of Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar despite their questionable handling of Josh Duggar's molestation scandal.
For those who don't know, the Duggar fam are huge supporters of Huckabee and even share the same home state. Even though M.H. once was friendly with Josh, it seems as if they've since cut ties.
Check out the portions of the tense convo (below)!
"Woman: When the Duggars came out, and their son had molested their child, you more or less said that you felt sorry for the parents. Their parents let it continue for over two years…
Mike: "You don't know—ma'am, I'm sorry, but I'm going to stop you… You're accusing me of supporting child abuse. And I'm going to take you on on that because that hurts my feelings, and is absolutely… Let me tell you something—you have no idea what you're talking about. You don't know that family, and I do. You don't know them. I've never supported child abuse—let me finish! You do not know that family. I never supported anything that happened to those daughters. I supported the fact that those daughters were maliciously and savagely abused not just by their brother, but by the news media who maliciously exploited them for their own purpose without regard of what it was doing to those young ladies."
Woah! Did the politician just dub J.D. as "evil"? It's clear he's DONE with the eldest Duggar!
Appearing on CNN's State of the Union, American presidential candidate Mike Huckabee discussed his thoughts on what should happen to eleven year olds who are raped.
Huckabee was discussing a recent court ruling in Paraguay, where the country's government refused to allow a now-11-year-old girl to have an abortion when she was impregnated after being raped by her father.
Huckabee seemed to think Paraguay's decision was a good thing, arguing that it prevented a second tragedy — though, of course, Huckabee conveniently overlooked the first tragedy (the rape) while also disregarding the fact that it might be a health risk for an 11-year-old to carry a pregnancy to term and give birth.
Huckabee's exact words: