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‘The View’ hosts unload on Chiefs kicker for 'cult-like' Catholic faith, say he needs therapy

"The View" co-hosts trashed Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker’s Catholic faith on Thursday.

"The View" co-hosts criticized Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker’s Catholic faith on Thursday, saying the athlete's religious outlook is being compared to "cult-like and extremist religions in the Middle East" and recommending he go to therapy.

The panelists added to the backlash Butker has received for his recent commencement speech at a private Catholic college in Kansas in which he promoted his traditional Catholic values, criticized the LGBTQ community and President Biden, and championed his wife’s vocation as a "homemaker."

"If you’re using this to oppress people or hold them down, you’re not walking with Jesus," co-host Sara Haines said.

"The View" panelists took various shots at Butker’s speech and religious faith during the segment, though co-host Whoopi Goldberg set herself apart by defending his right to express his beliefs.


"The View" co-host Sara Haines was critical of NFL kicker's Harrison Butker recent graduation speech.

"Listen, I like when people say what they need to say. He’s at a Catholic college. He’s a staunch Catholic. These are his beliefs and he’s welcome to 'em," she said. "I don’t have to believe 'em. I don’t have to accept them … The same way we want respect when Colin Kaepernick takes a knee, we want to give respect to people whose ideas are different from ours."

Haines agreed Butker had the right to speak out but said his viewpoints stemmed from an "extremist" and "cult-like" version of Catholicism.

"What this man is doing is not just a devout Catholic," she said. "This is someone who is practicing