“Avengers” actor Mark Ruffalo, who plays the not-so-jolly green giant, Hulk, got dragged on social media after he took it upon himself to share a bunch of fake images generated by artificial intelligence with his 8.2 million followers on X/Twitter that depict former President Donald Trump on an airplane that was allegedly “headed to Epstein Island.”
This guy is absolutely insufferable. A raging liberal who consistently blows the hot winds of liberal insanity across the Internet scorching common sense and brain cells wherever his content is read. There are a lot of obnoxious leftists in the entertainment industry, but the vast majority of them toot their horn on issues of the day simply for the sake of relevance. Ruffalo is a true believer in progressivism.
Check out more on this from Breitbart:
Ruffalo, who has played the Hulk in multiple Disney Marvel blockbuster movies, shared the images Thursday from a pro-Biden account on X, formerly Twitter. The AI generated images show Trump posing with a group of young blonde females. As of Friday morning, there has been no Community Notes correction attached to either Ruffalo’s post or the original post.
Gross. #MAGA wants to paint everyone on those flights as pedophiles except the one guy who smiles in a group of young girls all headed to Epstein’s “Fantasy Island” with him. My bet is there are some decent republicans left in America that may think this is going too far. https://t.co/e0IWT1lnCZ
— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) January 5, 2024
Numerous commenters have slammed Ruffalo, pointing out the images are clearly fake. The fake images come as former President Bill Clinton’s name has appeared repeatedly in documents released this week regarding the late convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. In one unsealed deposition, Jeffrey Epstein allegedly told one of his victims that Bill Clinton likes girls “young.”
Ruffalo is a reactionary. As soon as he sees something that fires his emotions up, he just blurts out whatever thoughts cross his mind without bothering to do any sort of research to authenticate what he’s reading or sharing is actually true. It’s disturbing that someone with this much influence is so careless with the news and information he shares with millions of people. Many of those individuals are likely as clueless and lazy as he is and won’t do any of their own research either, thus, lies get spread like wildfire.
Last year, he was one of several Hollywood celebrities who spread former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson’s discredited accusations that then-President Trump physically attacked two Secret Service agents in an attempt to grab the steering wheel of the presidential vehicle on January 6, 2021.
However, Ruffalo wasn’t the only Hollywood imbecile to fall for the accusations made by Hutchinson. Late night talk show host Stephen Colbert, singer and actress Bette Midler, dopey director Rob Reiner, Josh Gad, and Barbra Streisand all got duped as well.
Hutchinson’s claims are based entirely on hearsay since she has acknowledged she wasn’t even in the vehicle at the time of the alleged incident. In addition, sources close to the Secret Service have told mainstream media news reporters that agent Bobby Engel will testify “under oath that neither man was assaulted and that Mr. Trump never lunged for the steering wheel” as Hutchinson alleged.
Maybe, just maybe, if the “artists” who make up Hollywood would take a few minutes to stop being led about by their emotions, they could apply a little logic to the things they see, read, and hear, which would go a long way in helping them avoid public humiliation after falling for some wild yarn floating in cyberspace?
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