Watch: Matthew McConaughey Announces He Won’t Run for Texas Governor

We were hesitant about maybe this not being that bad because McConaughey is a Christian and he hates the sickening Jews.

But the fact is, he has a mixed race wife and he at least claims to have been vaxed. So he wasn’t really ideal for the kind of leader we need in Texas.

The perfect leader for Texas would be the ideal mix of John Wayne and Adolf Hitler.

We’re probably not going to get any such figure.

But I’m basically #NeverAbbott at this point.

New York Post:

Matthew McConaughey, 52, announced Sunday night that he will not run for governor of Texas, ahead of a Dec. 13 deadline to file for the Republican or Democratic primary or to declare as an independent candidate.

After years of considering political office in the Lone Star state, the actor had decided against it, he said in a three-minute speech posted to Twitter Sunday evening.

As a simple kid born in the little town of Uvalde, Texas, it never occurred to me that I would one day be considered for political leadership,” McConaughey said. “It’s a humbling and inspiring path to ponder. It is also a path that I am choosing not to take at this moment.”

McConaughey — who had not even announced a party affiliation — was outperforming both Republican Gov. Greg Abbot and Democratic challenger Beto O’Rourke according to a poll released last week.

We think, as we have said, that Texas governorship is the single most important office in America, because that is where the secession revolution should naturally begin.

Abbott has to go. This cripple cannot even walk, let alone save a country.

Someone is going to have to do something, man.

Do something.

Find someone.