“We’ve got to make some sacrifices for larger rewards tomorrow,” said Matthew McConaughey.
Matthew McConaughey criticized people who don’t wear face masks on “The Carlos Watson Show, referring to mask-wearing as a “short-term inconvenience for a long-term freedom.”
The New York Post reported that “Matthew McConaughey thinks anti-maskers are not alright, not alright, not alright.” McConaughey said, “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.”
“We’ve got to make some sacrifices for larger rewards tomorrow,” McConaughey said, explaining that he is not convinced that Americans truly feel that their freedoms have been limited through “politicized” government mask mandates. “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,” said McConaughey.