Patrick Mahomes breaks his silence on Harrison Butker’s viral and controversial speech

Patrick Mahomes breaks his silence on Harrison Butker’s viral and controversial speech
Patrick Mahomes breaks his silence on Harrison Butker’s viral and controversial speech

Patrick Mahomes breaks his silence on Harrison Butker’s viral and controversial speech

As a matter of fact, the Kansas City Chiefs’ entire offseason has caused a stir. The team’s recent weeks have been particularly turbulent.

On social media, a video of kicker Harrison Butker went viral. It was his Benedictine

College commencement address.

The kicker criticized President Joe Biden’sCovid-19 outbreak, his position on abortion,

Patrick Mahomes breaks his silence on Harrison Butker’s viral and controversial speech
Patrick Mahomes breaks his silence on Harrison Butker’s viral and controversial speechhandling of the 

and LGBTQIA+ Pride Month in his remarks.

In addition, he said to the women in attendance at the event that their real excitement was

probably about getting hitched and starting families rather than earning their diplomas.

What is said in Butker’s polemical speech

The Kansas City player had direct conversations with Benedictine College women who had graduated.

“To the women in attendance today, congrats on a fantastic job well done. You ought to be pleased with everything

you have accomplished in your brief lives thus far. I believe that you, the women, have been the victims of the most

heinous lies told to you, so I would want to short address you personally.

He continued, asking how many of the people in attendance are thinking about

all the titles and promotions they will receive in the future as they prepare to cross this stage?

I’m going to imagine that most of you are most thrilled about

getting married and starting a family, even though some of you may go

on to have prosperous professions in the world.

The NFL has spoken out against the player’s speech

Jonathan Beane, the senior vice president and chief diversity and inclusion officer

of the NFL, stated that Butker “gave a speech in a personal capacity,” making it apparent that

the league does not agree with his opinions.

Mahomes broke the silence and gave his perspective on his teammate’s speech

“I’ve known him for seven years. I judge him by the character he shows every single day, and that’s a good person. That’s someone who cares about the people around him, cares about his family and wants to make a good impact in society.”

Mahomes then claimed that it’s OK for people not to agree with each other.

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