Mark Ruffalo tweeted to criticize the U.S. Supreme Court for overturning the abortion bill, but he was called out for that tweet and he quickly blinked the tweet.
On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, a legal abortion bill, and many celebrities and crowds criticized the decision, with many speaking out publicly. A number of actresses shared their experiences with abortion in solidarity with women who were denied the right to decide for themselves.
Mark Ruffalo and many male celebrities posted po in solidarity with the majority of women. However, Mark Ruffalo was called out for this tweet.
He wrote: We need to be focused, we need to be determined, we need to be all in. Don’t let one setback get you down, let’s get up and keep fighting #MondayMotivation
Attached is a photo of him
Netizens immediately mocked, is this picture of you trying to say that you are the driving force for everyone on Monday?
Many people said that this female abortion bill was overturned, it is lesbian women were affected and hit, you sincerely have the face to put their photos up at this time?
Soon after, Mark Ruffalo deleted the tweet.
Then, he sent N tweets to continue criticizing the overturning of the abortion bill, calling on young netizens to go to protests, and encouraging netizens to vote for the Democratic Party
Mark Ruffalo is considered to be more left-wing and strongly supports the Democratic Party. He often tweets what’s there and what’s not, and gets called out for it in various ways.
PS: By the way, I would like to add this issue of the abortion bill being overturned. Just because the U.S. Supreme Court Overturns Abortion Bill does not mean that abortion has been illegal in the U.S. since then. It’s up to the individual states to decide whether abortion is illegal at the local level.