Usually vocal Alyssa Milano had no words for country star Jason Aldean after his wife, Brittany Aldean, was recently criticized for sharing photos of her and their children wearing anti-Joe Biden shirts .
Milano took to Instagram on Thursday and posted a headline that read: “Country star Jason Aldean used to keep his politics private. Now his little ones are on Instagram wearing T-shirts. anti-Biden. “
“No comment is necessary,” the “Charmed” actress wrote to her 3 million followers despite appearing on Capitol Hill to publicly vouch for political legislation she believes in. rightly so because of the freedom of speech.
She recently expressed interest in a possible candidacy for the California 4th District Congress in 2024.
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Meanwhile, Aldean defended his wife on Friday when he shared an “no apologies” response to those who criticized his disapproval of Biden.
“I will never apologize for my beliefs or my love for my family and my country,” the country star captioned a photo of himself silhouetted against the foreground of the American flag. “It’s the biggest country in the world and I want it to be.”
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The photo was a photo taken at his Thursday night screening in Phoenix, Arizona, as he continued his “Back in the Saddle Tour.” His special guests were Hardy and Lainey Wilson.
Over the weekend, Brittany uploaded a series of photos. The first showed her posing next to her husband while wearing a shirt that read “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.”
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The clothes are sold on a website called DaddyT45, an obvious reference to former President Trump. The brand offers several pro-Trump and anti-Biden clothing as well as an entire line dedicated to those who want to show that they are not vaccinated against the coronavirus.
Melissa Roberto of Fox News contributed to this report.