WATCH: Actor Mark Ruffalo Praises Abortion Activists: “I Love You and I Love What You’re Doing”

National   Micaiah Bilger   Nov 5, 2018   |   11:08AM    Washington, DC

Actor Mark Ruffalo joined abortion activists over the weekend to support pro-abortion candidates ahead of the Tuesday midterm election.

Ruffalo, who plays the Hulk in the “Avengers” superhero series, has been an abortion activist for years. In 2013, he wrote a column defending his mother’s decision to abort his own sibling.

Last week, he cheered on abortion activists with the radical pro-abortion group NARAL as they work to elect pro-abortion candidates to Congress.

“Hulk out the vote!” NARAL tweeted Saturday. “Mark Ruffalo is powering NARAL volunteers to keep pushing democracy forward! You can still join in the fight to #VoteThemOut on #TheLastWeekend.”

In a video message, Ruffalo praised abortion activists for trying to put Congress back in the power of pro-abortion politicians.

“Hey, volunteers for NARAL,” he said. “Good luck this weekend. I love you. I love what you’re doing. You’re making democracy happen, and you’re doing it on your terms. Thank you!”

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He and NARAL President Ilyse Hogue also took some promotional photos together.

Pro-life advocate Obianuju Ekeocha, who noticed the tweets, said Ruffalo may play a superhero on screen, but he is a coward in real life.

“… he is the worst kind of coward who cheers for the killing of the weakest among us- the unborn. Shame on you Ruffalo,” Ekeocha said.

Ruffalo also is working with the abortion giant Planned Parenthood to promote a pro-abortion candidate in his home state of Wisconsin.

Make no mistake, Ruffalo and his friends in the abortion industry support the killing of unborn babies in abortions, not “choice.”

The pro-abortion groups he works with attack non-profits that offer moms and babies real support. They do not even say they want abortions to be “safe, legal and rare.” Instead, they proudly “shout” about how great abortions are and even admit to working to expand them, as NARAL’s Hogue told the Chicago Tribune in 2017.

Nearly 1 million unborn babies die in abortions every year in America, and countless women are injured physically and emotionally. Some even die along with their babies. This is not compassion or care. Americans need true heroes and politicians who believe every human life, born and unborn, is valuable and deserving of protection.