NFL Hall of Famer Throws His Support Behind Trump with Epic Post

NFL Hall of Famer Throws His Support Behind Trump with Epic Post

One of the legendary figures in the history of the Chicago Bears is standing by former President Donald Trump following his conviction in a controversial New York City court case.

Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Brian Urlacher showed his support for Trump in an Instagram post on Thursday.

"Doesn’t matter how many fake charges they find him guilty of he’s still got my vote. 🇺🇸🇺🇸 TRUMP 2024," Urlacher posted.

The eight-time Pro Bowler and four-time All-Pro First-teamer shared a photo of himself with Trump on a golf course.

Donald Trump Jr. subsequently shared the linebacker's message of support on X.

Trump was convicted of 34 counts of falsifying business records in the case, brought forward by George Soros-funded Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

The former president was found guilty of making undisclosed campaign expenditures through payments to pornographic performer Stormy Daniels.

Judge Juan Merchan repeatedly barred Trump from criticizing the court rulings in the case.

This development marks Trump as the first president in American history to be convicted of a felony.

Even some of Trump's harshest critics, such as disgraced lawyer Michael Avenatti, have raised questions about the fairness of the guilty verdict.

The unprecedented convictions have led to a surge of support for Trump, who has affirmed his intention to continue his 2024 presidential campaign.

The Trump 2024 campaign saw a record-breaking $34.8 million in small-dollar donations immediately following the decision.

Urlacher is not the only prominent athlete to defend Trump during this legal challenge.

Mixed martial artist Michael Chandler also shared a photo with the former president after the conviction.

"You’ve been in my corner, now I’m in yours."

According to Reuters, Trump has expressed his intention to appeal the criminal convictions.

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