This pro-Bernie Sanders Hollywood actor shared something on social media he instantly regretted


Mark Ruffalo, the actor who plays “The Hulk” in the Marvel movies, went completely off the deep end.

Ruffalo is known for preaching a radically Left-wing agenda.

But this time Ruffalo made a big mistake when he shared something on social media that is so embarrassing, he instantly regretted doing it.

Most Hollywood celebrities love to bash capitalism.

If it were up to Hollywood, they would exchange capitalism for a socialist economy any day of the week with little thought or care for how it would affect others.

But Mark Ruffalo took it one step further.

The actor called for “an economic revolution” and declared that capitalism was “killing us.”

The Daily Wire reports:

Ruffalo is estimated to have a net worth exceeding $30 million and apparently does not understand that his statements make him look like the worst kind of hypocrite possible.

If Mark Ruffalo wanted to truly be a man of his word, he would spread his $30 million net worth to others.

There is also nothing stopping him from voluntarily paying more in taxes.

The IRS does accept donations.

But Ruffalo is also a radical environmentalist and often cries out on social media that we are destroying the planet.

He makes these claims while charting private jets and using far more energy than the average American family consumes in a given year.

What do you think?

Is Mark Ruffalo a hypocrite for saying these things?
Let us know in the comments.


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  2. “But Ruffalo is also a radical environmentalist and often cries out on social media that we are destroying the planet.”

    A free market economy Vs a “Green New Deal” ?

    Should meat be *taxed* ? I’ve heard that when he was with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), Bruce Friedrich would urge legislators to “tax meat” — similar to the “sin taxes” we now see on cigarettes and alcohol.

    Before joining PETA (and later marrying Canadian vegan Hindu Dr. Alka Chandna), Bruce Friedrich distributed copies of his essay “Veganism and Nonviolence” to the numerous Catholic Worker houses across the United States, pointing out that many Catholic worker-types like to think of themselves as nonviolent, but are unaware of the violence that goes into a hamburger and/or a glass of milk.

    A bumper sticker by Friends of Animals reads “Veganism Is Direct Action”…

    …but direct action might be economic impact:

    Abolish “welfare ranching”!

    Abolish all taxpayer support for the livestock industry.

    Vegan author John Robbins provides these points and facts in his Pulitzer Prize nominated Diet for a New America (1987):

    Half the water consumed in the U.S. irrigates land growing feed and fodder for livestock. It takes 25 gallons of water to produce a pound of wheat, but 2,500 gallons to produce a pound of meat. If these costs weren’t subsidized by the American taxpayers, the cheapest hamburger meat would be $35 per pound!

    Livestock producers are California’s biggest consumers of water. Every tax dollar the state doles out to livestock producers costs taxpayers over seven dollars in lost wages, higher living costs and reduced business income. Seventeen western states have enough water supplies to support economies and populations twice as large as the present.

    U.S. livestock produce twenty times as much excrement as the entire human population, creating sewage which is ten to several hundred times as concentrated as raw domestic sewage. Meat producers contribute to half the water pollution in the United States.

    Again: half the water consumed in the U.S. irrigates land growing feed and fodder for livestock. It takes 25 gallons of water to produce a pound of wheat, but 2,500 gallons to produce a pound of meat. If these costs weren’t subsidized by the American taxpayers, the cheapest hamburger meat would be $35 per pound!

    If we abolish all taxpayer support for the livestock industry, the cheapest hamburger meat would be $35 per pound, putting the cost of meat out of reach for most Americans, and effectively making everyone in the United States a vegetarian. This would have far greater and far-reaching consequences than merely taxing meat.

    It takes nearly one gallon of fossil fuel and 2,500 gallons of water to produce just one pound of conventionally fed beef. (Mother Jones)

    Nearly 75% of the grain grown and 50% of the water consumed in the U.S. are used by the meat industry. (Audubon Society)

    Over 260 million acres of U.S. forest have been cleared to grow grain for livestock. (Greenpeace)

    In their 2007 book, Please Don’t Eat the Animals, mother and daughter Jennifer Horsman and Jaime Flowers write:

    “Half of all fresh water worldwide is used for thirsty livestock. Producing eight ounces of beef requires an unimaginable 25,000 liters of water, or the water necessary for one pound of steak equals the water consumption of the average household for a year.

    “The Worldwatch Institute estimates one pound of steak from a steer raised in a feedlot costs: five pounds of grain, a whopping 2,500 gallons of water, the energy equivalent of a gallon of gasoline, and about 34 pounds of topsoil.

    “Thirty-three percent of our nation’s raw materials and fossil fuels go into livestock destined for slaughter. In a vegan economy, only two percent of our resources will go to the production of food.”

    And as a vegetarian, I must ask: why should *my* tax dollars subsidize *your* choice of “lifestyle” — especially if I don’t want my tax dollars subsidizing the taking of innocent life? Abolishing “welfare ranching” is based upon free market principles which conservatives claim to espouse and would have far greater impact than the so-called “Green New Deal” involving greater expansion of government powers, which conservatives claim to oppose. Abolishing “welfare ranching” is the animal rights equivalent to the Hyde Amendment.

  3. People go to the movies with disposable income.
    Anyone with a functioning brain cell knows its capitalism that gives people disposable income.

  4. It seems that, he really doesn’t really understand why he is so well off. If he did, he would be more respectful of Capitalism. That said he, could also do as the author says, and donate his money to this or that cause. Of course I wonder if he uses his advocacy for a tax write off. Now that would be the ultimate in shame.

  5. He is a Democratic. So of course he is a hypocrite, a liar and a fool. Capitalism is why he is a millionaire for pity sake!!! These actors are really living in a world all their own. None of which deals in true reality…..

  6. This from a so called actor. His big parts are CGI inserted. Therefore not an actor, a prop. If against capitalism give back the money, leave the country and live in a commune.

  7. I know, Right?! How in the sake of everything Holy will our children bge able to live on a measley 30 million???? Ruffalo, quickly send 29,000,000.00 so I can “divide it” among the masses!
    Here’s what to do:
    Go to Walmart and get a large quantity of cash cards… lmbgo!! If you are not a hypocrite, pass all of your money to 29 others who have less than you. You want a revolution, here’s your chance to start it, bgrother!! Ahahahahahahahaaaa…

  8. Yoda: Agree entirely. Why this site allows stupid, lengthy screeds that absolutely none of us with brains would read is ridiculous.

  9. Typical LIAR and HYPOCRITE Leftist – “do as I say and NOT as I do . . . ESPECIALLY if it costs ME something!” That’s why I DON’T listen to these INSANELY STUPID individuals who are “talking heads” who speaks and says NOTHING. Team Trump and his allies 2020 – KAGA (Keep America Great Again).

  10. Mark Ruffalo better watch out what he wishes for, if the dems get in they will be spreading his wealth and now he is on the do not list so his income will begin to drop do to Capitalism. It also make me wonder how he thinks he made his millions.

  11. Sounds very much like you are very unhappy are spewing nonsense that most people will find quite amusing.go back to where you came from,from the filth and poverty you came from.we capitalists will do just fine without you and your repetitive post

  12. An idiot is an idiot is an idiot! You can cure ignorance with information, but you can’t fix stupid!


  14. Whenever communists, like this POS ruffalo, have taken over any country, all of the wealthy are brutally butchered. How anyone with money can be so ignorant of history amazes me.

    Capitalism is the only system of government that has ever allow the people to create or own wealth. All other types of governments concentrate wealth in the hands of the butchers running and/or supporting that government.

  15. Agreed. I refuse to pay ant money to see movies at a theater or pay money for a DVD or to rent a DVD that have idiots like Cruise, Ruffalo, De Niro, Streisand, Pitt, etc. …so many that it leaves nearly no one left!! I do have DVD’s with them in the movie, but they are 8-10 years old, or were given to me. Last DVD I bought was about Winston Churchill and I was not fond of the way he was depicted in it, for the greater part. Any decent people that have movies filmed about their lives, are usually belittled and snarky. How in the world did Martin Sheen get selected to play Robert E. Lee? A reprobate playing a decent man. Robert Duvall was a much better choice. And before you libs get all tacky and nasty, try to think before you squeak! Lincoln only freed slaves in Confederate states. All others remained enslaved. Lincoln wanted to load all the slaves in ships and ‘repatriate’ them to Liberia. Slaves were taken from Africa by British ships mostly, NO American ships. So Africans were enslaved under the Union Jack. And were sold in America under the Stars and Stripes. Where is your anger toward these flags? The Confederate flag was the Battle Flag of the Confederacy… there were so many flags that were flown in the War of Northern Aggression by the Confederacy that it was confusing, some flags, at rest, appeared to be white flags of surrender. The north had the Stars and Stripes to be their battle flag. The Stars and Bars was created for a battle flag for the Confederacy only. So do some research and get the truth instead of being willingly ignorant (stupid on purpose)…or get the hell out of my country

  16. An addenda: There were absolutely no REPUBLICAN SLAVE OWNERS! The South was DEMOCRAT! DEMOCRATS WERE THE SLAVE HOLDERS! And there were Africans that owned slaves and they were the most egregious in their treatment of their own ‘countrymen’. BTW I am not white. White is an absence of color. I am flesh toned, just as every one else is flesh toned. I am of the HUMAN race, which , really, is the ONLY race there is.

  17. Welfare ranching? WTF is welfare ranching. I grew up on a ranch and we sure as hell didn’t get any welfare you friggen moron.

  18. I really liked his movies until I read this. Why don’t they keep their mouths shut. They are not politicians. They are actors. Who cares about your opinion? You have just alienated half your fan base. I will avoid your movies sir.

  19. Hey vasu, are you for open borders? Are you for a better environment? If so do you realize millions of illegal immigrants pouring in from the southern countries would have a large negative impact on the United States environment. always find it interesting that these environmentalist are also for open borders, which only shows their hypocrisy and their stupidity.

  20. How can you be pro-life and be a democrat? its like nancy pelosi saying she is a catholic but loves killing babies.

  21. Another Hollywood Star activating their mouth before their brain which most Hollywood lack and can only count on their mouth to speak and not their brain which they don’t have.

  22. No. Mark Ruffalo is not a hypocrite. He is deluded enough to believe that everybody would be better off if the public sector assumed control over more private sector functions. He probably feels, as many wealthy advocates of big government do, that he cannot afford to donate enough, that he needs for all the people with higher and lower incomes than him to “chip in” and not counteract some sort of unified vision for the nation. In believing that business is an ugly institution, he is ignoring the fact that overextended civil service can be just as ugly if not uglier of an institution.


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