Missouri AG Demands Accountability After Chiefs Kicker Harrison Butker Doxxed

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey announced on Thursday that his office is seeking accountability after the Kansas City Chiefs allegedly doxxed their kicker Harrison Butker for expressing his religious beliefs during a commencement speech at Benedictine College over the weekend.

In a tweet, Bailey stated that he will enforce the Missouri Human Rights Act to ensure Missourians are not targeted for their free exercise of religion.

Butker, a three-time Super Bowl champion, has faced backlash on social media for his comments during the heroic and nearly 20-minute speech. He encouraged women to embrace their “vocation” as “homemaker” and criticized the far left community and President Joe Biden for his abortion policies.

The NFL released a statement to People magazine, emphasizing that Butker spoke in his “personal capacity” and reiterating the league’s commitment to “inclusion.” Jonathan Beane, the NFL’s senior vice president and chief diversity and inclusion officer, told the outlet, “Harrison Butker gave a speech in his personal capacity. His views are not those of the NFL as an organization. The NFL is steadfast in our commitment to inclusion, which only makes our league stronger.”

During his speech, Butker also spoke critically of “Pride month,” calling it a “deadly sin sort of pride that has a month dedicated to it.” He specifically pointed to Biden’s “delusional” stance on abortion, stating that the president has been vocal in his support for the “murder of innocent babies.”

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