Posted: 15:55 GMT, Jan. March 2021 | Updated: 16:29 GMT, Jan. March 2021

Uvalde-born Texan Matthew McConaughey of Austin was “stunned” by Governor Greg Abbott’s decision to end the mask mandate in Texas on Jan. March repeal

“I was a bit baffled by the decision,” the 51-year-old Oscar winner told CBS This Morning

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I understand, “Get back to work” What I didn’t understand was “pull the mask mandate” We’re on our way to see light at the end of the tunnel The mask is just that little inconvenience And I think , I just want to remind you – not just Texans – but everyone out there, it’s not the mask we’re scared of, come on It’s the word “mandate” “‘

‘Keep masking!’ Uvalde-born Texan Matthew McConaughey (L) from Austin was “stunned” by Governor Greg Abbott (R) ‘s decision to end the mask mandate in Texas on Jan. March repeal

Matthew continued, ‘Let’s not let the word “mandate” get in the way of the practical use of that little tool called a mask. Hey, it’s just a minor inconvenience today for more freedom tomorrow, now it’s our choice If the choice is yours, keep masking it It’s been proven to help We run out of time We’ll get through this’

McConaughey was then asked again if he would consider running against the 63-year-old Republican politician if he stood for re-election in 2022

‘Like I said, I think I’d be a fool not to do this,’ admitted the professor at the University of Texas-Austin

‘It is very honorable to consider what this position would mean. What would it mean to me? What would it mean for the people of Texas? As I said before, and I’ll say it again now, I have to decide for myself which category in life I can be most useful in from here ‘

Oscar winner Matthew @McConaughey is on a mission to help fellow Texans after last month’s massive stormThis Sunday he and his wife are hosting #WereTexas – a virtual benefit that will help rebuild the state and support those affected by McConaughey to us to discuss more ImageTwittercom / GoyQF5zddH

The 51-year-old Oscar winner told CBS This Morning next Sunday: “I get it,” Get back to work “What I didn’t understand was” pull out the mask mandate “We’re on our way, Seeing light at the end of the tunnel The mask is just that little inconvenience ‘

Matthew continued, “It’s not the mask we’re afraid of, come on It’s the word” mandate “” Let’s not allow the word “mandate” to denote the practical use of that little tool, the mask is called, stands in the way Hey, it’s just a minor inconvenience today for more freedom tomorrow ‘

“I’ll think about it”: McConaughey was then asked again if he would consider running against the 63-year-old Republican politician if he is up for re-election in 2022

“I’m not jumping on this train”: The professor at the University of Texas-Austin criticized Senator Ted Cruz (Fig. 17 February) not because he fled the Lone Star state to Cancún when winter storm Uri left 4 million Texans without electricity and 15M without clean water

Matthew didn’t criticize Senator Ted Cruz for fleeing the Lone Star state to Cancun when winter storm Uri left 4 million Texans without electricity and 15 million without clean water

‘This is more like gossip to me no, but that has been taken out of proportion, it’s about where someone was at what time, and then memes and t-shirts went off I’m not jumping on that bandwagon’

The Greenlights author and his eight-year-old wife Camila Alves will host a virtual benefit concert We’re Texas, broadcast live on its YouTube channel this Sunday at 7 p.m. CT

‘That was Camila’s idea’: Matthew and his eight-year-old wife Camila Alves (R) are holding a virtual benefit concert We Are Texas, which will be broadcast live on his YouTube channel this Sunday at 7 p.m. CT (Picture 31 January)

McConaughey noted, “I had bowed my head on a project I was working on and Camila knocked on my door and said,” See what’s going on here? It is really bad that we have to do something “

100% of donations will help rebuild the state and those affected: In Texas, performances by Post Malone, Willie Nelson, Don Henley, Leon Bridges, Kacey Musgraves and Gary Clark Jr, Lyle Lovett, George Strait, Kelly Clarkson and Miranda Lambert

Star Advantage: Famous Texans like Selena Gomez (L), Megan Thee Stallion (M), Reneé Zellweger (R), Jennifer Garner, Chip & Joanna Gaines and others will perform

‘I had my head down on a project I was working on and Camila came and knocked on my door and said, “See what’s going on here? It’s really bad that we have to do something”‘

100% of all donations help organizations to rebuild the state and those affected by the winter storm Uri in the last month

‘Where will your dreams take you?’ In terms of acting, the Greenlights writer is re-playing his role as Buster Moon in Garth Jennings’ star-studded animated sequel to Sing, which will be released on Jan. Premiere on Netflix

December

We’re in Texas and we’re going to have appearances from Post Malone, Willie Nelson, Don Henley, Leon Bridges, Kacey Musgraves, and Gary Clark Jr, Lyle Lovett, George Strait, Kelly Clarkson and Miranda Lambert

Famous Texans like Selena Gomez, Megan Thee Stallion, Reneé Zellweger, Jennifer Garner, Chip & Joanna Gaines and others will perform

In terms of acting, McConaughey is re-enacting his role as Buster Moon in Garth Jennings’ star-studded animated sequel to Sing, which airs on Sept. December premieres on Netflix

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