Mark Ruffalo Says Maybe Preibus Will Be a Hero and Take Down Trump


There’s one thing you gotta give Hollywood actors: they don’t give up, especially when they’re peddling their “agree with me or else” rhetoric.

Actor Mark Ruffalo caught up with TMZ over the weekend outside an airport terminal, and the perpetually sleepy thespian couldn’t resist — see what I did there? — to continue to be outspokenly critical of the Trump administration.

Ruffalo’s main focus on this occasion was former White House Chief of Staff Reince Preibus. For some reason, since Ruffalo and Preibus are both from the same hometown of Kenosha, Wis., Ruffalo believes that despite Preibus being a Republican, he might still have a heart.

“I tweeted out to him [Preibus] a couple of weeks ago,” Ruffalo told TMZ. “I said, ‘Stop carrying water for this [Trump] administration,’ because he’s going to end up being the fall guy. And of course, that’s what he is.”

Ruffalo was referring to Preibus resigning last week and being replaced by four-star Marine Corps Gen. John F. Kelly.

But Ruffalo wasn’t done trying to recruit his fellow cheesehead to the dark side.

After the TMZ reporter told Ruffalo that he thinks that Preibus was the only member of the White House staff that didn’t sign a non-disclosure agreement, Ruffalo had this to say:

Maybe he’ll end up being a hero one day and taking down this administration once and for all. Reince, come on, man. I know you’re from Kenosha. You still got some heart left in ya.

Apparently, Ruffalo’s heart is only big enough to accept people that conform to his ideology and harmful rhetoric.

For the clip of Ruffalo’s comments, watch below:

H/T: Breitbart

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