Matthew McConaughey thinks anti-maskers are not alright, not alright, not alright.
“I’m like going come on, man – I’m not believing that you’re really scared of this little cotton thing,” the Oscar-winning actor and potential Texas gubernatorial candidate said in a recent appearance on “The Carlos Watson Show.”
“And I’m not believing that you really feel that takes away your identity and your freedom. This is a short-term inconvenience for long-term freedom.”
McConaughey’s thoughts on what he called “the damn dispute” over mask-wearing comes as he continues to flirt with the possibility of running in the Lone Star State in 2022. He told host Watson the debate over masks had been politicized.
“There’s no data that says it’s not a good thing, no data that says it’s harmful,” McConaughey said in a clip from the interview posted on YouTube.
“Let’s all take one for the team here. And we all like to say we want to take one for