Jason Aldean has expressed support for his wife after sharing photos of herself and their young children wearing anti-Joe Biden clothing.
Over the weekend, Brittany Aldean took to Instagram over the weekend where she shared a series of images, the first showing her posing next to her husband while wearing a shirt with the inscription “Anti Biden Social Club”.
Other photos she shared in the post showed her children, Memphis, 3, and Navy, 2, wearing shirts marked “Hide from Biden.”
The clothes are sold on a website called DaddyT45, an obvious reference to former President Donald Trump. The clothing brand offers several pro-Trump and anti-Biden clothing items as well as an entire line dedicated to those who want to show that they are not vaccinated against the coronavirus.
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Jason, meanwhile, wasn’t wearing any politically charged clothes in the blink of an eye. However, that does not mean that he does not approve of the message promoted by his wife. Not only did he approve of a photo of his young son in a t-shirt, when someone read the comments on Brittany’s post criticizing her for using her children as “political props,” Jason rang.
“Look at your mouth, ma’am! We will teach our children what we think is right and what we think is best for their future,” he said (via The Washington Post). “If you think what is happening right now is ‘great’ for the future of our children and grandchildren, you are wrong!”
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He added: “Definitely better than what we have now! Please tell me one thing the current administration has done that is positive? Just 1 !!!”
Obviously, Aldean shares his wife’s sentiments regarding politics and the Biden administration in relation to the Trump administration.
Brittany backlash previously taken at the time of the Election 2020 when Trump wrongly questioned the results. At the time, she took to Instagram to sport a sweatshirt that read “… ALWAYS MY PRESIDENT”, eliciting a backlash from those on the left who thought she was promoting misinformation about results.
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She continued with a note explaining that the backlash on her page led many people to send her a private message of their support for Trump. She explained this in more detail in a social media question-and-answer session in which she noted that her political presence on social media gets a lot of public backlash, but she is boosted by the supportive private messages she receives people who are too scared to profess their right-wing beliefs. publicly.
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âPersonally, I don’t care if people don’t agree with me. I think it’s more important than ever to stand up for what you believe, even if it ‘goes against the grain.’ research and form your own opinion – speak up if you want to. But most of all, don’t intimidate people who feel different from you, “she shared at the time.