Alexo Athletica makes “concealed carry” yoga pants for those who love “God, Guns and Country”
American conservative political commentator and former television host Tomi Lahren is well known for her love of Trump, the NRA, and all thing ‘MERICA, and now, she’s got an athleisure collection to make sure folks not only hear her message, but they can also wear it on their actual bodies.
Lahren joined forces with Alexo Athletica, a line of athleticwear that allows women the ability to conceal a gun whilst looking fab for the gym. Yes, you read the correctly — Alexo Athletica makes concealed carry yoga pants.
“I think there are a lot of young girls out there that don’t feel like they have a brand that represents their freedom. They don’t believe they have a brand that represents their rights,” Lahren says in a five-minute video introducing the line.
Lahren also says with confidence that her line represents the “Bill of Rights” and “constitutional freedom,” which I’m sure is what our founding fathers were thinking when they created the second amendment. The concept is for women to be able to “feel safe” where ever they go, but “in a stylish way.” Alrighty then.
To be clear, Alexo Athletica makes leggings with a pocket to carry a gun — the Signature Carrywear collection — but Lahren’s line only includes pants with a pocket for a “small self-defense tool.” However, Lahren’s new collection renewed the public’s interest in Alexo’s yoga-pants-to-carry-your-gun, and people obviously had feelings about this entire clown show.
This is a woman who regularly bashes things like Obamacare, saying, “I believe it’s my right to purchase health care, I don’t believe it’s my right to pay for it for other people,” then admitting, “Well luckily, I’m 24, so I am still on my parents’,” which is only possible because of Obamacare. She’s also said that left-winged women aren’t “real women” and eventually got fired from her job after admitting she’s pro-choice after years of going after women who have abortions as “baby killers.”
But back to the athleisurewear…
Lahren also mentions in the video she wanted one of her prints to be of the American flag because “everyone knows how I feel about that.” It seems she’s picking and choosing how people should respect the flag, seeing that there is a federal law called “The United States Flag Code,” which establishes rules for display and care of the flag and specifically states that “the flag should never be used as wearing apparel, bedding, or drapery.” But hey, what do I know.
Everyone deserves choices, so if you’re looking for a way to show off your weapon and get your yoga on, this line is for you.