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Ellen DeGeneres Faces Hollywood Backlash Over George Bush Friendship From Mark Ruffalo and Others

Ellen DeGeneres’ protection of her friendship with former president George W. Bush has earned her a robust rebuke from a few of her Hollywood compatriots, together with Avengers: Endgame star Mark Ruffalo.

DeGeneres spoke out on her speak present Ellen earlier this week, responding to folks politicizing her, a “gay Hollywood liberal,” sitting subsequent to Bush, the controversial former Republican president, at an NFL recreation Sunday.

“I’m friends with George Bush,” DeGeneres stated on Tuesday. “I’m friends with a lot of people who don’t share the same beliefs that I have. We’re all different. And I think that we’ve forgotten that that’s OK that we’re all different.”

The speak present host concluded with a message to her viewers and viewers to “be kind to everyone.”

DeGeneres’ protection did not sit properly with some folks in Hollywood, particularly Ruffalo, who has beforehand been an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump’s administration and local weather change.

The Incredible Hulk actor stated “we can’t even begin to talk about kindness” till Bush, the president who led the U.S. into the Iraq War in 2003, was held to account for “the crimes” that have been dedicated because of the U.S. invasion.

Ruffalo tweeted Wednesday: “Sorry, till George W. Bush is dropped at justice for the crimes of the Iraq War, (together with American-lead torture, Iraqi deaths & displacement, and the deep scars—emotional & in any other case—inflicted on our navy that served his folly), we won’t even start to speak about kindness.

Sorry, till George W. Bush is dropped at justice for the crimes of the Iraq War, (together with American-lead torture, Iraqi deaths & displacement, and the deep scars—emotional & in any other case—inflicted on our navy that served his folly), we will’t even start to speak about kindness. https://t.co/dpMwfck6su

— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) October 9, 2019

Ruffalo’s message was retweeted nearly 65,000 instances and appreciated by practically 285,000 Twitter customers. In response to his tweet, many individuals praised the actor for talking out in opposition to Bush’s actions and for being a uncommon voice in Hollywood to criticize DeGeneres.

Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon additionally criticized DeGeneres, quoting an Out journal article that accused DeGeneres of “framing the problem as merely a matter of her hanging out with somebody with totally different opinions, not a person repeatedly accused of being a warfare felony.”

“But lacking the purpose totally, DeGeneres framed the problem as merely a matter of her hanging out with somebody with totally different opinions, not a person repeatedly accused of being a warfare felony.†https://t.co/OCyYEfNRQl

— Susan Sarandon (@SusanSarandon) October 8, 2019

Previously, DeGeneres’ protection of her friendship with Bush and message of kindness had been supported by the likes of Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon, Veronica Mars star Kristen Bell and Taye Diggs.

But by Wednesday, the tide had turned.

Actor-and-activist Rose McGowan, probably the most distinguished voices within the #MeToo motion, referred to as DeGeneres a “faux toady” in a tweet posted early Thursday morning.

Ellen DeGeneres is a faux toady and Matt Lauer is a raping scumbag

— rose mcgowan (@rosemcgowan) October 9, 2019

Actor Nyle DiMarco, who’s deaf, tweeted on Thursday: “hello my annual listening to check got here in … i went from profoundly deaf to having the ability to hear bulls***”

hello my annual listening to check got here in

… i went from profoundly deaf to having the ability to hear bullshit https://t.co/uWVBaKRfrc

— Nyle DiMarco (@NyleDiMarco) October 10, 2019

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