Who Says Actors Are Airheads?
Mark Ruffalo, asked to provide the most compelling evidence about 9-11 Truth, mumbles something about how the 9-11 Commission didn't do anything before the attacks. Brilliant!
Note that this is not a case of him suddenly coming out as a Troofer; according to his Wikipedia page he's been vocal about his nutbar beliefs since 2007:
In October 2007, Ruffalo criticized the 9/11 Commission Report as "completely illegitimate" and called for re-opening the investigation. He said: "I saw the way they all came down and I am baffled. My first reaction is that buildings don't fall down like that."
And yes, he is an obvious right-winger:
On October 4, 2006, he appeared on Democracy Now!, a daily news program. He spoke against the War in Iraq, the Military Commissions Act of 2006, torture, and the Bush Administration. He also announced he would speak at The World Can't Wait Protest in New York City on October 5, 2006. Ruffalo contributed to the campaign of former Alaska Senator Mike Gravel for the 2008 Democratic Party nomination for President.
He's playing the mindless brute the Incredible Hulk in an upcoming film of The Avengers. Talk about being typecast!