Harrison Butker in drag is a Kansas City Chiefs cheerleader. | RuPublicans

Harrison Butker has, with a commencement speech at Benedictine College, managed to upset gay, trans people, women and just about everyone who isn’t a conservative Christian.

Now a RuPaul drag fan has taken Butker’s worst nightmare and turned it into a reality: him as a housewife, a cheerleader, a debutante in drag and — gulp — a Handmaid.

It’s all courtesy of the RuPublicans Instagram account. The person behind the account uses AI to put people, mostly politicians, who have shared anti-LGBTQ positions in drag.

Some of the targets in the past have been former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, and in a stroke of genius, Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell.

Now Butker is getting the treatment.

The RuPublicans proudly present Miss Anita Cuisinart Kickerella:

The best image of the bunch was likely Butker as full-on, lip-pouting Southern housewife, complete with short shorts, overdone lipstick and hair for days holding a freshly baked strawberry shortcake.

Miss Kickerella is serving Jessica Chastain straight out of the ‘The Help.’

Harrison Butker in drag holding a cake.
Harrison Butker is serving Jessica Chastain from ‘The Help,’ making a strawberry shortcake in the kitchen. | RuPublicans

There’s also Butker as a Southern debutante, but you’ll have to visit the RuPublicans Instagram page to check that out.

It’s easy to understand why Butker has gotten the RuPublicans treatment. His speech two weeks ago told gay people they are spreading “deadly sin.” He also told women they will be most happy if they abandon their careers, make babies and serve their man.

Which makes the RuPublicans’ second post about Butker make all the more sense. And if you’re a fan of The Handmaid’s Tale, you’ll recognize Butker as a “woman” subjected to the whims of men. Sound familiar?

Butker and the Chiefs have so far refused to comment on his homophobic, misogynist remarks. The NFL, for its part, has made it clear the league wants nothing to do with these comments from their idiot kicker.

“Harrison Butker gave a speech in his personal capacity,” NFL Chief Diversity Officer Jonathan Beane told Outsports in a written statement. “His views are not those of the NFL as an organization. The NFL is steadfast in our commitment to inclusion, which only makes our league stronger.”

Butker and the Chiefs will, at some point, be asked about this in front of a live mic. Hopefully Butker will take some fashion advice from the RuPublicans and let Miss Anita Cuisinart Kickerella do the talking.