Matthew McConaughey and Russell Brand denounce “illiberal far left” for sponsoring the Conservatives

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Matthew McConaughey and Russell Brand detonate “illiberal far left” and Hollywood stars who “patronize and patronize” Americans who voted for Donald Trump

  • McConaughey and Brand hit on the far left during podcast chat
  • Brand lashed out at Liberals who despised working class conservatives
  • McConaughey agreed, saying members of the ‘illiberal left’ were arrogant and sponsored 50% of voters
  • The Texas-born actor also said many in Hollywood deny President Trump’s 2016 victory.
  • McConaughey grabbed the headlines last month when he refused to rule out a Texas gubernatorial candidacy, saying politics is currently “a broken state of affairs”

Matthew McConaughey and Russell Brand attacked the Liberals who “patronize and patronize” the Conservatives.

The cast made the comments during a policy discussion on the Brand’s Luminary podcast, Under The Skin, which was released earlier this week.

Brand, 45, began by asking McConaughey, 50, if he had noticed “condemnation and criticism of ordinary workers” by those on the left.

‘[There is] kind of flippant, like, “Oh, they’re stupid, they’re voting Brexit, they’re voting Trump. “I don’t like it and I don’t like to hear it,” Brand said.

McConaughey replied: “There are many [of people] on this illiberal left which is absolutely condescending, condescending and arrogant towards the remaining 50% ”.

The actor went on to criticize some of his Hollywood peers for refusing to accept the 2016 election results.

“I’m sure you saw it in our industry when Trump was voted in four years ago, they were in denial that was real. Some of them were in absolute denial, ”McConaughey told Brand.

The cast made the comments during a policy discussion on the Brand's Luminary podcast, Under The Skin, which was released earlier this week.

The cast made the comments during a policy discussion on the Brand's Luminary podcast, Under The Skin, which was released earlier this week.

Matthew McConaughey and Russell Brand attack Liberals who ‘patronize and patronize’ Tories

He then insinuated that it was therefore hypocritical of these same people to now tell Republicans to passively accept the results of the 2020 election.

‘[Now] looks like Biden is our guy. Now you have the right to deny because their side has fake news. And I get it, they got some fake news. Nobody knows what to believe, right? So they tear down their last bastion of defense, ”he said.

McConaughey – who describes himself as a liberal – was born and raised in conservative Texas and told Brand he believes in the power of coming together in the middle.

He claimed the left and right have retreated too far into their own corners, saying, “I almost feel like it’s a gesture to say, ‘Let’s get aggressively centered. I dare you “.

McConaughey - who describes himself as a liberal - was born and raised in conservative Texas, and told Brand he believes in the power of coming together in the middle.

McConaughey - who describes himself as a liberal - was born and raised in conservative Texas, and told Brand he believed in the power of coming together in the middle.

McConaughey – who describes himself as a liberal – was born and raised in conservative Texas, and told Brand he believes in the power of coming together in the middle.

This is not the first time that McConaughey has spoken about politics.

Last month, the Interstellar star made headlines after saying he had “not ruled out” a run for governor of Texas.

Speaking on the conservative Hugh Hewitt Show, McConaughey said, “I don’t know. I mean, it wouldn’t be up to me. It would depend more on people than on me.

“I would say this. Look, politics seems like a broken business to me right now. And when politics redefines its purpose, I might be much more interested.

McConaughey further said he believes US policy needs to “stabilize” after the 2020 presidential election before it can move forward.

“I want to build on personal values ​​to renew our social contracts with each other as Americans, as people again,” he said.

It doesn’t matter which side of the aisle you are on, we’ve broken those social contracts.

“We don’t trust each other, and that leads us to not trusting ourselves, and if it becomes, if it becomes an epidemic, then we have anarchy.

The Interstellar star made headlines last month after saying he had 'not ruled out' a run for governor of Texas

The Interstellar star made headlines last month after saying he had 'not ruled out' a run for governor of Texas

The Interstellar star made headlines last month after saying he had “not ruled out” a run for Governor of Texas

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