A three-time Super Bowl champion put the Biden White House on notice about the importance of protecting unborn babies

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The Kansas City Chiefs became the first NFL team since the New England Patriots to win back-to-back Super Bowls.

The Chiefs are expected to be honored by the White House in the near future.

But a three-time Super Bowl champion put the Biden White House on notice about the importance of protecting unborn babies.

Kansas City Chiefs kicker, Harrison Butker, is a three-time Super Bowl champion.

Butker was drafted by the Carolina Panthers in the seventh round out of Georgia Tech in 2017, but was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs later that season.

At 89.1 overall, he is second in NFL history in career field goal percentage.

Butker led the NFL in scoring in 2019 and has helped lead the Chiefs to three Super Bowl victories.

And the star kicker is also not shy about expressing his political views.

Butker set off a firestorm last year when he showed up for the celebration of his team’s Super Bowl victory at the White House wearing a tie that said Vulnerari Praesidio, which means “Protect the Most Vulnerable.”

The three-time Super Bowl champion hoped to deliver a subtle pro-life statement by wearing the tie to the White House along with a gold pin of baby’s feet that represented the size of a 10-week old aborted baby.

In a recent interview with EWTN, Butker said he is not planning to make a statement this year at the White House.

But he explained why he decided to wear the tie to last year’s celebration.

“The unborn, to me, are the greatest victims of our society,” Butker said.

“They don’t have a voice, they don’t necessarily look like humans, they’re not very big, they can’t fight for themselves,” he continued, before adding that “there’s not a lot of people that are fighting for them.”

Butker called abortion a “great atrocity” and thought the tie would help get the message through to the Biden administration.

“And I just think it’s a great atrocity that’s occurring in this country with massacring the unborn,” he said. “I felt like there’s no better place to send this message than to the masses and to represent the unborn at a place like the White House where, unfortunately, their voice is not heard.”

During the same interview, Butker also defended the Second Amendment by pointing out that bad people commit crimes, not firearms.

Instead of punishing law-abiding gun owners, Butker pointed to the need for “strong fathers in the home.”

“I think we need strong fathers in the home,” he said. “I think we need men that are leading, that are setting good examples, that are teaching the young men in our society that violence is not the way to handle our disputes.”

He also blasted St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City for holding a funeral for a transgender atheist.

“They are making fun of our Lord,” he said. “This is not acceptable.”

This is an abomination,” he added. “This should have been STOPPED, and nothing came.”

Harrison Butker is a breath of fresh air in a world dominated by woke athletes and entertainers.

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