Rose McGowan Joins Matthew McConaughey, Rips Liberal Celebrities: ‘Hollywood has been condescending’

Hollywood star Matthew McConaughey went viral for ripping Hollywood hypocrites with fellow actor Russel Brand.

Rose McGowan came forward and agreed with Matthew McConaughey about Hollywood’s hypocrisy and she is letting the left have it.

She said, “Matthew McConaughey is right. Hollywood has been condescending, northern elite media liberals, too & it trickles down.”

“Far before Trump presidency illiberal condescension & patronization has formed how too many think. Break the class structure.”

Mathew said this before he went viral for ripping the left for their arrogant behavior towards Trump supporters.

“I think a lot of people are going, ‘It’s a time to redefine, to redeclare what politics is. What is the purpose of politics?’ That’s a real question that I think politicians and politics needs to answer,” he said. “What is its purpose? I want to know that answer and understand that answer first before I would really sort of be interested in hopping in politics.”

“Right now we are invalidating people, illegitimizing people because of an affiliation they may have or a picture that they may have of them shaking a dog on a hand with somebody we don’t agree with politically or denominationally,” McConaughey said, “a lot of that is going too far.”

McConaughey and Brand went viral for their conversation about arrogant Hollywood.

“There are a lot on that illiberal left that absolutely condescend, patronize and are arrogant towards that other 50%,” McConaughey said.

He dared people on both sides of the aisle to move to the center, “Let’s get aggressively centric, I dare you,” he said.

“It’s not a recession, it’s an aggressive move.”

Russel Brand agreed with Mathew saying his own experiences in England turned him off to liberals who believe Trump voters, Brexit voters, or what he calls “ordinary working people” are stupid.

“I don’t like it,” Brand said.

“I’ve spent enough time with people that have been described in this manner to feel ill at ease with it.”

“Our entire way of measuring what is valuable has been biased to such an alarming degree that it’s created this kind of chasm of mistrust,” he added.

McConaughey explained that “many people” in the entertainment industry were “in denial that it was actually real” when President Trump won the 2016 election.

“Well, 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 who the hell to believe, right?”

“So they’re putting down their last bastion of defense,” he said.