Matthew McConaughey on Cancel Culture: ‘You Can’t Erase Someone’s Entire Existence’

The Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey appeared on “The Joe Rogan Experience” to promote his new book “Greenlights” that hit shelves Tuesday. He spoke to Rogan about the cancel culture permeating the public sphere.

“We’re making people persona non grata because of something they do that is right now deemed wrong or it’s the hot point in a hot topic right now. You can’t erase someone’s entire existence. Where the heck does some forgiveness go,” McConaughey said while discussing religion and canceling people with Joe Rogan.



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4 responses to “Matthew McConaughey on Cancel Culture: ‘You Can’t Erase Someone’s Entire Existence’”

  1. Tell that to the guy ANTIFA shot in the head. They cancelled his existence?? Think….

  2. Yes yes you can. If Biden wins people will simply disappear into an American Gulag never to be heard from again.