Matthew McConaughey thinks anti-mask is alright, alright, alright.
“I’m like, let’s go — I don’t believe you’re really scared of this little cotton,” the Oscar-winning actor and Texas gubernatorial candidate said in a recent appearance on “The Carlos.” Watson Show
“And I don’t believe you really feel that your identity and freedom have been lost. This is a short-term inconvenience for long-term freedom.”
McConaughey’s thoughts on what he called The “horrible controversy” over masking comes as he continues to flirt with the possibility of running in the Lone Star State in 2022. He told Watson that the mask debate is political.
“There is no bad information. There is no information that says it is harmful,” McConaughey said in a clip from the interview posted on YouTube.
“We come together as a team here. And we all like to say we̵7;d love to put it on the team. We like to say, oh, the value of human life is excellent … No, it’s not. We don’t accept it.”
If he runs for governor, the “Dallas Buyers Club” star will likely face Republican Greg Abbott, who is planning to seek re-election. It is unclear whether McConaughey will act as a Republican. Democrat or independent
McConaughey outlined a philosophy he would never use. “Aids” in solving problems
“I’m interested in building something that is durable. and is measuring what kind it is And I don’t know if that’s political or not,” he said.
Watson asked the actor if he had a constitution for political fights that could be “awkward” or “in the front of the bend.”
“I trust enough of my core beliefs and my values enough to know. To feel comfortable listening to the adversary,” McConaughey said.
Actor who lives in Austin It said for months that he was considering and evaluating support from moderate Republicans and business leaders in Texas, Politico recently reported.
McConaughey doesn’t say much about his political platform. But a recent poll of registered voters showed he was ahead of Abbott.
The Dallas Morning News and the University of Texas at Tyler found that 45 percent of Texans would vote for Abbott while 33 percent would vote for Abbott, but 56 percent of Republicans would vote for Abbott while a hundred. 30 each will vote for McConaughey.