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Michelle Duggar is Delusional — Mom of 19 Doesn’t Believe in Overpopulation

Duggar Delusional!

Now we have proof. Michelle Duggar — the matriarch of 19 Kids and Counting is totally nuts.  First off, you have to be a bit crazy to give birth to 19 children, and then to defend your interesting life choice by saying that there is no such thing as overpopulation? Well, that’s just totally wack-a-doodle and just what the baby machine that is Michelle Duggar claimed in an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network. Oh, and her delusions get worse….

The woman needs a geography lesson, stat! After she stated in the interview that, “the idea of overpopulation is not accurate,” she went on to claim that she believes that the entire population of the entire world could fit inside of Jacksonville, Florida. WTF?

She believes, in regard to kids, the more the merrier, saying, “I agree with Mother Teresa when she said, ‘to say that there are too many children is like saying there are too many flowers.’” But flowers don’t need as much food, shelter and items to sustain their lives as humans do. And a flower’s life span? It’s short. A human’s? It can be long. Really, there is no comparison between flowers and people.

As for whether the Duggar family is hurting the world with their very large environmental footprint, she stated that they only buy used cars and that they shop for clothing at thrift stores. But how about all the food they consume, the electricity and gas they use, and products of every kind from hygienic to household?

And she wants to share her delusional ideas with us all. She believes that we  should not be “deceived” by the “idea of overpopulation,” and that “we need to focus on loving people and trying to reach out and make a difference for good in our world.”

Doing good for the world? That’s a good message. Claiming that overpopulation isn’t an issue? Not so much.

What do you think of Michelle Duggar’s statements?

You can check out her interview here:

 

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