Rose McGowan Reveals What She Thinks Of America After Moving To Mexico — Explains Path To ‘Healing,’ Calls America A ‘Divided Land’

Rose McGowan says the political divide in the U.S. helped her decide to move to Mexico last year, according to Fox News.

“I had a real hard run.”

“I want to thank the Mexican people and the nation for allowing me to stay and continue my healing. I’m very grateful.”

“It is a divided land.”

“It’s a shame because that land is worth fighting for.”

“There’s a distance that I have that I needed and I frankly feel very badly for people that are living there because the media assaults them with graphic and sound. Media is not like that in other places,” McGowan continued. “It does something to people’s minds and it puts them on edge and fear.”

“It’s not what the media makes it out to be. It’s not all people trying to get across the border and stealing your belongings. That’s not the truth of it here at all. Mexico City has 160 art museums more than anywhere else in the world. It’s an incredibly rich and cultured land,” she continued.

“A lot of people say, ‘Oh, Mexico’s so corrupt.’ Uh, hi, Andrew Cuomo!”

Cuomo recently said, “It doesn’t matter my intent, what it matters is if anybody was offended by it.”

— Advertisement —

“I completely stand by Lindsey Boylan. Its truth leaks from every word on the screen that she wrote,” McGowan said. “She, none of us, should endure what she endured. If they’re doing it to her, what are they doing to constituents? What is he going to do to what he considers the little people? It’s monstrous.”

From Fox News:

McGowan calls her new country of residence “magical.” She says the “softness of Mexico” she witnesses daily is a stark contrast to her experience living in the United States.

McGowan headed south in early 2020, right after the start of the coronavirus pandemic. She said she specifically felt the need to separate herself from America because it essentially feels like media is shoved in everyone’s faces.

For McGowan, Mexico is reminiscent of her past. Her father lived on the west coast of the country so her return has reminded her of its vibrant culture.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here