Matthew McConaughey Calls Against Masks in New Interview By saying he was just not buying the fear of covering his face to alleviate the spread of COVID-19.
“I was like, ‘Come on, I don’t believe you’re really scared of this little cotton,’ and I don’t feel like taking your identity and freedom,'” the “Magic Mike” star said on “The Carlos Watson Show. ” this week
McConaughey lamented the politics of wearing masks. This includes former President Donald Trump, who often refuses to wear a mask in public. which he describes as “Short-term inconvenience for long-term freedom”
“There is no information that says it is bad. There is no information listed as dangerous,” McConahay continued. “Let̵7;s team up here. We like to say, ‘We want to put it in the team.’ We like to say, ‘Oh, the value of human life is a good example…’ No, no, we won’t accept it.”
The actor’s comments are part of a broader debate over his potential to run for governor of his home state of Texas.
“I’m not interested in wearing one of the Band-Aids that get ripped off as soon as I leave,” he said. “I’m interested in building something that lasts. and is measuring what category it is I don’t know if that’s politics or not.”
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