Matthew McConaughey Calls Out Political Extremists
McConaughey recently went on comedian Russell Brand's podcast and took an opportunity to criticize the "arrogant" attitude of the far left, as well as the election "denial" on the right.
“There are a lot [of people] on that illiberal left that absolutely condescend, patronize, and are arrogant towards the other 50 percent.”
He then stated, “Now it looks like Biden’s our guy. Now you’ve got the right that’s in denial, ’cause their side has fake news. And I understand, they’ve been fed fake news. No one knows what the hell to believe, right? So they’re putting down their last bastion of defense.”
The hope is that more and more people on Matthew’s level start speaking out on the partisanship that has gripped our country by the balls for the last four or five years. In some respects, McConaughey is indirectly calling far end supporters from each side moronic. It needs to be done, and it needs to be done until the country is more centrally located and looking at issues on a policy-by-policy basis. If you immediately cling to one side of a problem because the other side takes one stance, you’re the shit stain in our nation’s underwear.
Now, one side might be more correct at a higher frequency than the other, but that discussion is for Uncle Joe and Aunt Betsy to iron out.
Going back to Matthew, there’s two reasons I started this... the first was to address our peers who like to see us divided. The second is to shoe shine McConaughey more than I do already.
McConaughey is a BIG Sturigll Simpson guy, which makes me an even bigger McConaughey guy. Matthew made a statement a couple months back regarding life frequency saying,
“You know, a theory that has helped me out and I think it can help us all out sometimes is “Finding Our Frequency.” Daily, with ourselves, with others, in life… Sometimes our differential is split, or off balance, out of rhythm, out of tune… and we do not hear the music of our own lives… What do we gotta do? We got to find our frequency, balance the EQ, get rid of the treble, bring up the bass… What I’m about to share with you are some tunes I have found my frequency too the last 50 years… All songs that got me back in line and on time, so I could find my frequency again…”
He listed ‘It Ain’t All Flowers’ as a go to rhythm setter. Matthew continues to lead this solemn nation in the right direction, also calling for unity between the two parties, "Let's get aggressively centric, I dare you."
Enjoy the masterpiece: