Fox News host calls Matthew McConaughey ‘someone from Hollywood’ in response to emotive gun control speech

Fox News host calls Matthew McConaughey ‘someone from Hollywood’ in response to emotive gun control speech

Fox News host slams Matthew McConaughey ‘someone from Hollywood’ in response to emotive gun control speech

The Independent says a Fox News host called Matthew McConaughey “someone from Hollywood” in response to the star’s powerful and emotive gun control speech from the White House.

The Oscar-winning actor choked up and pounded a lectern in the White House briefing room as he showed off artwork by some of the victims of the Uvalde massacre.

But on the right-wing news network, host Sandra Smith described the speech as “someone from Hollywood calling to restore our family values in the wake of that mass shooting at the elementary school in Texas.”

“All right, you were just listening to actor Matthew McConaughey there, born in Uvalde, Texas, meeting with the victims’ families, met with the president, saying we need to make the lost lives matter,” she told viewers.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/matthew-mcconaughey-fox-news-guns-b2096102.html

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