It's another rough day for the Duggars.
Ever since the 2006 police report came to light that showed Josh Duggar molested his sisters, the family has been under fire from... well, just about everyone. TLC has pulled 19 Kids and Counting from their lineup, though it hasn't been canceled yet.
Previously, Hulu subscribers could watch full episodes of the reality show, which has been on the air since 2008. But on Thursday, Hulu subscribers could no longer access the show on the site: It takes you to a 404 error page.
Hulu didn't release a press statement or publicly comment about dropping the Duggars, but USA Today reports the streaming video service had received lots of messages asking them to stop hosting the show.As of Thursday afternoon, messages were stacking up on Hulu's Facebook page applauding their decision.
Hulu isn't the only big company taking a stand against the Duggars. Advertisers have been dropping like flies in the last week.
"I was sickened by it. I was just sickened by it," Santorum said. "I pray for those girls in particular. ... To have gone through that is ... just hard to think about."
Santorum was just one of the many, many conservative presidential contenders Josh Duggar has been photographed with over the years. At least they've still got Mike Huckabee!
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