Soccer player defends the faith better than bishops


Harrison Butker, 28, a talented kicker for the Kansas City Chiefs, who attends the Roman Mass, proclaimed some truisms in a speech on 11 May at Benedictine College in Kansas
The Kansas City Chiefs are a professional American football team. Butker's common sense provoked a backlash in obscurantist circles in the US, including the oligarchs' propaganda media. Butker said things like:

"I'm able to be the man I am because I've got a wife who leans into her calling. I'm more than blessed with the many talents God has given me. But it cannot be overstated that all of my success is made possible because a girl I met in band in junior high school converted to the faith, became my wife and took on one of the most important titles of all: homemaker.

She's the primary educator of our children. She's the one who makes sure I never let football or my business distract me from being a husband and father.

She is the person who knows me best at my core. And it is through our marriage that we will both find salvation, God willing.

I'm telling you all this because I've seen first-hand how much happier someone can be when they ignore the outside noise and draw closer to God's will for their lives.

Isabelle's dream of a 'career' may not have come true. But if you asked her today if she regrets her decision, she would laugh out loud without hesitation and say, 'hell no'"

Butker also criticised abortion, Homosexual Propaganda Month and Joe Biden, the leader of the US regime who made a blasphemous sign of the cross during a pro-abortion rally.

"Things like abortion, IVF, surrogacy, [suicide by] euthanasia, as well as growing support for degenerate cultural values and media, all stem from the spread of disorder."

Commenting on a homosexual propaganda month that desecrates June, dedicated to the Holy Heart of Christ, Butker noted that "pride" is one of the seven deadly sins.

Now an online petition claims to have found 100,000 fools who have signed a petition against Butker. The National Football League (NFL), led by Roger Goodell, who gives in to any pressure from the decadent regime, drew "a line" that would not have existed if Butker had promoted evils such as abortion, sodomy, homosexual sin, euthanasia suicide, child transvestites, pornography, etc.

Accordingly, Goodell issued a statement condemning Butker's speech: "His views do not represent those of the NFL as an organisation."The NFL is steadfast in our commitment to inclusion, which only makes our league stronger." The propaganda term "inclusion" means including evil and excluding good.

Addendum: Wikipedia has a list of athletes who have been convicted of crimes, but Goodell has not issued statements against them.