Kansas City Fires Employee Who Doxxed Chiefs Kicker Harrison Butker Over Conservative Views

The city of Kansas City has taken swift action and fired the employee responsible for posting personal information about Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker on the city’s official X account. The controversial post came on the heels of Butker’s commencement speech at Benedictine College a Catholic institution where he emphasized traditional values and praised his wife for her role as a homemaker.

Mayor Quinton Lucas confirmed the termination during an appearance on KCMO Talk Radio on Thursday stating “The city has separated from the employee who is responsible for the message.”

Leftists and feminists attacked Butker over his remarks, misinterpreting his comments to mean something they did not communicate and ascribing a negative image of women to his common-sense statements on the world.

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey condemned the city’s retaliation, stating, “I will enforce the Missouri Human Rights Act to ensure Missourians are not targeted for their free exercise of religion.”

Meanwhile Butker and the Chiefs can now focus on the upcoming football season without the distraction of this political firestorm.

Many have cheered on Butker for his braveness in standing up for a generation of young men being suffocated by a toxic and anti-male culture that has become devoid of God and duty.