© Benedictine CollegeButker slammed Biden for professing to be a Catholic while supporting abortion rights.
Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker recently called out President Biden over his "delusional" support for abortion as a practicing Catholic.

The three-time Super Bowl winner laid into the 81-year-president during a fiery commencement speech Saturday at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kan., where the NFL star also criticized the federal government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic and aired out his frustrations with a litany of other political, religious and cultural issues.

"As a group, you witnessed firsthand how bad leaders who don't stay in their lane can have a negative impact on society," Butker, 28, said early in his 20-minute address to the graduates of the small Catholic liberal arts school, referring to the COVID-19 lockdowns.

"While COVID might have played a large role throughout your formative years, it is not unique," the kicker argued.

"Bad policies and poor leadership have negatively impacted major life issues. Things like abortion, IVF, surrogacy, euthanasia, as well as a growing support for degenerate cultural values and media, all stem from the pervasiveness of disorder."

And the buck stops with Biden, according to Butker.

"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 said.

The line was a reference to Biden's bizarre use of the gesture, which Catholics often make before and after prayer, while listening to pro-abortion remarks delivered by Florida Democratic Party Chair Nikki Fried last month.

Biden is America's second-ever Roman Catholic president.

"He has been so vocal in his support for the murder of innocent babies that I'm sure to many people it appears that you can be both Catholic and pro-choice," Butker went on.

"He is not alone. From the man behind the Covid lockdowns, to the people pushing dangerous gender ideologies onto the youth of America, they all have a glaring thing in common โ€” they are Catholic. This is an important reminder that being Catholic alone doesn't cut it," he argued.

The NFL player urged the new grads to "stop pretending that the 'Church of nice' is a winning proposition," encouraging them to speak out in opposition to what he called declining morals.

Biden has repeatedly called on voters to re-elect him in 2024 and to elect a Democratic House and Senate that will codify the right to an abortion nationwide since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June 2022.