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Jason Aldean’s wife Brittany models ‘Anti-Biden’ T-shirts with their young children

Brittany Aldean has once again gone public with her political views after sharing photos of herself and her children wearing shirts with slogans that take aim at President Joe Biden.  

The 33-year-old, who is married to country singer Jason Aldean, took to Instagram on Saturday to post a snapshot of herself posing with her husband while modeling a gray T-shirt that reads ‘Anti Biden Social Club’ — a conservative spin on the Anti Social Social Club streetwear brand.  

In another snapshot, the couple’s children Navy, two, and Memphis, three, are holding hands in matching T-shirts that have ‘Hidin’ from Biden’ splashed across the front. 

Getting political: Jason Aldean’s wife Brittany took to Instagram on Saturday to share photos of herself wearing an ‘Anti Biden Social Club’ shirt with her family 

Starting them young: The couple's children Navy, two, and Memphis, three, were photographed wearing 'Hidin' from Biden' shirts while holding hands

Starting them young: The couple’s children Navy, two, and Memphis, three, were photographed wearing ‘Hidin’ from Biden’ shirts while holding hands 

Brittany also struck a pose with Memphis, who gave two thumbs up while she showed off the back of her shirt.

‘Rockin that @letmetakeyourselfie merch,’ Brittany captioned the images, tagging the maker of the pro-Trump clothing line. She also linked to DaddyT45 — the website where the shirts are sold — on her Instagram Stories. 

A picture of Memphis modeling the children’s shirt is now featured on the site, which has a photo of former President Donald Trump holding a gun on its homepage.

In addition to anti-Biden and pro-Trump clothing, the brand also offers shirts for people who want to let the world know they are unvaccinated and proud.

While Jason, 44, wasn’t wearing an anti-Biden shirt in his wife’s photo, he fully approved of the message. 

Photo shoot: Brittany also struck a pose with Memphis, who gave two thumbs up while she showed off the back of her shirt

Photo shoot: Brittany also struck a pose with Memphis, who gave two thumbs up while she showed off the back of her shirt

Proud dad: 'My boy,' Jason, 44, commented on another post featuring a photo of his son Memphis wearing the shirt

Proud dad: ‘My boy,’ Jason, 44, commented on another post featuring a photo of his son Memphis wearing the shirt 

Spokeschild: A picture of Memphis modeling the children's shirt is now featured on the DaddyT45 site where the brand is sold

Spokeschild: A picture of Memphis modeling the children’s shirt is now featured on the DaddyT45 site where the brand is sold 

‘My boy!’ he commented on a separate snapshot of Memphis modeling the politically charged black T-shirt his mother dressed him in. 

The shirts were a hit with conservative celebrities, including commentator Tomi Lahren, who wrote: ‘Boom!!!’ 

‘Omggggg,’ responded commentator Candace Owens, who added laughing emojis for good measure. ‘I love you wayyyy too much!’ 

Meanwhile, Real Housewives of Atlanta alum Kim Zolciak-Biermann and country singer RaeLynn commented with a series of heart-eye emojis.    

While there were plenty of fans of the photos, critics accused Brittany of using her children as political pawns, including some Trump supporters. 

Comments: While there were plenty of fans of the photos, including Tomi Lahren and Candace Owens, critics accused Brittany of using her children as political pawns

Comments: While there were plenty of fans of the photos, including Tomi Lahren and Candace Owens, critics accused Brittany of using her children as political pawns

‘I’m a huge Trump fan but using your kids when they don’t know a thing about politics that’s just wrong,’ one person wrote. ‘Y’all need to be more mature.’ 

‘Ugh! Why do you do that to your kids? I like Jason and his music. Not his politics. Usually just scroll on by his political posts. But doing this to innocent kids is not right.’  

This is the second time that Brittany has promoted the brand in less than a week. Last Thursday, she shared photos of herself modeling a pro-Trump T-shirt from the line. 

The black tee features ‘USA’ written in red on the front while the back has her last name and the number ’45’ — a clear reference to Trump being the 45th president. 

The post caught the attention of the former president’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., who responded with a series of fire emoji. 

Jason and Brittany married in 2015 and welcomed their son, Memphis, in 2017 and daughter, Navy, in 2019. The Grammy-nominated singer also has two older daughters, Keeley, 18, and Kendyl, 14, with his ex-wife Jessica Aldean, whom he divorced in 2013.   

Ambassador? This is the second time that Brittany has promoted the brand in less than a week. Last Thursday, she shared photos of herself modeling a pro-Trump T-shirt from the line

Ambassador? This is the second time that Brittany has promoted the brand in less than a week. Last Thursday, she shared photos of herself modeling a pro-Trump T-shirt from the line 

Get it? The back of the T-shirt has her last name and the number '45,' a clear reference to Trump being the 45th president

Get it? The back of the T-shirt has her last name and the number ’45,’ a clear reference to Trump being the 45th president

Brittany has long been vocal about her political views, and this isn’t the first time she has bashed Biden. According to Fox News, she faced backlash for showing her support for Trump in the aftermath of the 2020 election.  

She posted a video to her Instagram Story that showed her wearing a sweatshirt with Trump’s name on it next to an American flag, writing: ‘STILL MY PRESIDENT.’ 

Brittany later shared a note claiming that the criticism she received led many people to privately message her about their support for Trump.  

‘I personally don’t give a damn if people don’t agree with me,’ she shared at the time. ‘I think it’s important now more than ever to stand for what you believe, even if it “goes against the grain.” 

‘Do your research, and form your own opinion — speak out if you wish. But most importantly, don’t bully people who feel differently than you.’




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