Taylor Swift's boyfriend disagrees with teammate Harrison Butker on 'majority' of his views

"I can't say I agree with the majority of it or just about any of it outside of just him loving his family and his kids." 


Taylor Swift’s boyfriend Travis Kelce spoke about how he disagreed with the "majority" of Harrison Butker's views in a speech that the Chiefs kicker gave at Benedictine College. The speech drew backlash from many left-wing outlets and media pundits.  

Kelce was on a podcast show with his brother who also plays in the NFL when he made the comments about Butker.  

"When it comes down to his views and what he said at the ... commencement speech, those are his. I can't say I agree with the majority of it or just about any of it outside of just him loving his family and his kids." 

"I don't think that I should judge him by his views," Kelce added. "Especially his religious views of how to go about life. That's just not who I am." 

During Butker's speech, where he drew many thoughts from his Christian viewpoints, he said that President Joe Biden was "delusional" for making the Sign of The Cross at a pro-abortion rally at the same time proclaiming to be a devout Catholic.  

"Our own nation is led by a man who publicly and proudly proclaims his Catholic faith, but at the same time is delusional enough to make the Sign of The Cross during a pro-abortion rally," he stated in the speech. "He has been so vocal in his support for the murder of innocent babies that I'm sure to many people it appears to many people you can be both Catholic and pro-choice." 

Butker also credited his wife with many of the successes in his life and said, "I'm beyond 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 class back in middle school would convert to the faith, become my wife, and embrace one of the most important titles of all: homemaker." 

Kelce's comments come after fellow teammate Patrick Mahomes as well as Chiefs coach Andy Reid came out and supported Butker from attacks over the speech. 

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