Patrick Mahomes put jaws on the floor with this unbelievable reaction to the woke mob’s attacks on Harrison Butker

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Millions of Americans have been waiting to see how Patrick Mahomes would respond to the woke mob’s attacks on his Kansas City Chiefs teammate Harrison Butker.

They now have their answer.

And now Patrick Mahomes put jaws on the floor with this unbelievable reaction to the woke mob’s attacks on Harrison Butker.

Mahomes says his piece

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes defended his teammate Harrison Butker following the woke outrage mob’s attacks over a recent commencement speech he gave.

In his speech, Butker said that a woman’s biggest accomplishment is in the home and that it is more valuable than her academic or professional goals.

He also called Pride Month a “deadly sin,” and made other comments that had some Americans fuming.

But Mahomes, a three-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback, defended Butker, calling him a “good person” despite “not necessarily agreeing” with him on “everything.”

The comments were made during a commencement address to graduates at Benedictine College, a Catholic school in Atchison, Kansas.

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

The response from Mahomes was given to reporters after the team’s organized team activities, or OTAs.

Mahomes also said that he encounters people from different backgrounds with different views in the locker room often.

He added, “We’re not always going to agree, there are certain things that he said that I don’t necessarily agree with, but I understand the person that he is and he’s trying to do whatever he can to lead people in the right direction.”

The 28-year-old quarterback emphasized that he did not “necessarily agree” with everything Butker said when he was asked which specific part of the speech he didn’t agree with.

He responded, “I’m not going to judge him by that, I judge him by the way he acts every single day. I’m not going to get into the full details of the entire speech. At the same time, I know what type of person he is and I’m going to make sure I look at that first and let the other stuff handle itself.”

Others also supported Butker’s right to his opinion

Other people who know and work with Butker have had different reactions or no reaction at all to the speech itself.

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid also defended Butker, even going so far as to set a reporter straight by saying the kicker wasn’t “speaking ill to women. He has his opinions, and we all respect that.”

“We’re a microcosm of life here. Everybody is from different areas, different religions, different races and we all get along. We all respect each other’s opinions, and not necessarily do we go by those, but we respect everybody to have a voice,” said Reid.

Although the NFL said Butker’s comments didn’t reflect the views of the league, commissioner Roger Goodell said that the players “have diversity of opinions and thoughts just like America does.”

He added, “I think that’s something that we treasure and that’s part of, I think, ultimately what makes us as a society better.”

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.