Fact is . . . Kansas City's favorite baller has been exceptionally politic and worked diligently to stay out of the social justice spotlight as much as possible.
Consider . . . Mahomes made far more headlines for a recent boozy golf junket than for anything related to recent protest & outcry over gun rights.
Still, here's their argument . . .
"At this moment, though, more is needed. We support players and coaches and owners who use their platforms to keep the public’s attention locked on the bloodshed in Texas, and the violence that plagues our community, even now. We urge more of them to speak out."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
OPINION AND COMMENTARY On May 24, as the horrific reports came in from Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes posted a comment on Twitter. "Has to stop man," he wrote. "Prayers to all the families in Texas." In substance, Mahomes' tweet resembled tens of thousands of others posted that day.