Former star NFL quarterback Jay Cutler announced his unambiguous support for President Donald Trump over the weekend in a post to social media he made Wednesday.
Cutler also had been on the record endorsing Trump in 2016. Which will be nice for many Trump voters to see, considering the amount of Sports stars who have cowardly decided to back the radical Black Lives Matter movement this year.
As The Daily Wire reports:
Retired NFL legend Jay Cutler has endorsed President Donald Trump for another four years on Instagram.
He is the latest athlete to endorse Trump. pic.twitter.com/SYETZXtKH6
— David Hookstead (@dhookstead) October 29, 2020
Cutler spent 12 years playing quarterback in the NFL, with eight of those for the Chicago Bears where he saw the most success in his up-and-down career. Cutler graduated from Vanderbilt University 2005 after setting career records for total offense (9,953 yds.), passing yards (8,697), pass attempts (1,242), touchdown passes (59), pass completions (710) and combined touchdowns (76). He was inducted into the Commodores’ Hall of Fame in 2016.
In the statement Cutler reposted, Nicklaus, 80, praised the president for delivering on campaign promises and said that Trump is the most “diverse” president of the golfing legend’s lifetime.
“I have had the privilege over the last 3½ years to get to know our current President a little more as his term has progressed,” Nicklaus said. “I have been very disappointed at what he’s had to put up with from many directions, but with that, I have seen a resolve and a determination to do the right thing for our country. He has delivered on his promises. He’s worked for the average person. In my opinion, he has been more diverse than any President I have seen and has tried to help people from all walks of life — equally.”
“I was taught strong family values and worked hard to pursue my own dreams — my own American dream. I also believe that Donald Trump’s policies will bring the American Dream to many families across the nation who are still trying to achieve it,” he continued.