Did Harrison Butker savagely trolls Joe Biden? exploring the meaning behind Chiefs kicker’s pro-life necktie at White House visit

The Kansas City Chiefs made their maiden voyage to the White House as a winning team after grabbing the trophy on three occasions out of five appearances. The team’s quarterback Patrick Mahomes and tight end Travis Kelce stole the limelight after their hilarious moment when Kelce was going to steal the opportunity to say something on the Presidential podium and Mahomes saved him from going rogue by pushing him away from the mic.

However, the chiefs’ safety Harrison Butker wearing a pro-life necktie during the ceremonial visit with President Joe Biden also caught the attention of the fans, igniting a debate over his hidden intentions.

Harrison Butker makes a bold statement by donning a pro-life necktie at the White House

Butker has been vocal about his Catholic faith and probably was eyeing to send a religious message by wearing a pin of tiny baby feet along with a gray tie with the Latin phrase “Vulnerari Praesidio” stitched into it in white which can be translated as “protect the vulnerable”.

This sparked a wave of discussions and debates on social media platforms, with some netizens suggesting the veteran star was taking a direct jab at Joe Biden and his administration’s stance as the President supports the law of allowing abortion anytime and anywhere.

Harrison Butker is a traditional Catholic supporter who is against pro-choice

Sports figures have a history of using their platforms to raise awareness about certain issues and had been constantly sending messages against abortion last year we saw how he was encouraging everyone to vote in favor of an initiative to remove the right to abortion, albeit, it didn’t come out successful.

The 27-year-old also encouraged everyone to get married and have families during a lecture at Georgia Institute of Technology, saying we are only said to live for ourselves forgetting the value of other bonds.

“Sadly, we are encouraged to live our lives for ourselves to move from one thing to another with no long-term commitment. To have loyalty for nothing but ourselves and sacrifice only when it suits our own interests. This loneliness is rooted in the lies being sold about self-dependence and prioritizing our career over important relationships.”

While some may assume the act of wearing a pro-life necktie before the President as a bold act of defiance, others might view it as an expression of personal values, however, the NFL’s 2019 scoring leader seems to be indifferent to the comments and remain obedient to his Catholic teachings.

Besides his religious values, the former Georgia Tech standout is a two-time Super Bowl champion and recorded converting 164 out of 186 field goal attempts.


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Maliha works as a content writer in Sportszion specializing in NFL and NBA. She has completed her graduation and post-graduation, majoring in MIS (Management Information Systems). She loves analyzing sports and keeping fans updated with the latest sport buzzes.


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