Democrat President Joe Biden hosted the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs yesterday at the White House.
During the event, however, Biden got set straight by a Catholic Chiefs player.
Two-time Super Bowl champ, Harrison Butker, overruled Biden with a pro-life message stitched into his custom tie.
In Latin, it reads: “Vulnerari Praesidio” or “Protect the most vulnerable.”
Some of Butker’s social media posts say:
“The secret of happiness is to live moment by moment and to thank God for what He is sending us every day in His goodness.” – Saint Gianna Beretta Molla.
“If you are what you should be, you will set the whole world ablaze!” – Saint Catherine of Sienna.
“It is better to be the child of God than king of the whole world.” – St Aloysius Gonzaga.
Joe Biden hosted The Chiefs at the White House today after winning the Super Bowl
Two-time Catholic Super Bowl champ @buttkicker7 savagely photo-bombed Joe with a BASED pro-life message stitched right into his custom tie.
In Latin it reads: “Vulnerari Praesidio”
“PROTECT THE… pic.twitter.com/Zg4RETVkuH
— Danny De Urbina (@dannydeurbina) June 6, 2023
The Chiefs are the latest team to visit Biden after the LSU Tigers women’s basketball team and the UConn Huskies men’s basketball team took up the offer following their respective national championship wins.
Kansas City won its third Super Bowl title in franchise history when the team beat the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 in Super Bowl LVII in February.
Butker kicked the game-winning goal with just eight seconds left in the entertaining showdown at Arizona’s State Farm Stadium.
It is tradition for the Super Bowl victors to go to the White House after sealing glory months earlier.
But the Los Angeles Rams didn’t take up the invitation last year, making the Chiefs the first team since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2021 to pay a visit.
The Chiefs’ trip comes after ‘First Lady of Football’ Norma Hunt – the wife of Kansas City Chiefs founder Lamar and mother of owner Clark – died at the age of 85.
Norma, the mother of the NFL team’s current owner Clark, was the only woman to attend every Super Bowl and watched her beloved Chiefs hoist the Lombardi Trophy for the third time in February.