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Hollywood Stars Accused Of Using ‘Trump Hate’ To Remain Relevant

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Mark Ruffalo shared debunked images on social media, despite fact-checkers having discredited them eight months earlier.

The images depicted Donald Trump and Jeffrey Epstein in situations that were partly or entirely fabricated using an AI program.

Ruffalo’s post expressed disgust and implied a political agenda. (Trending: Sports Icon Dies Suddenly At 56)

“Gross,” he wrote.

“#MAGA wants to paint everyone on those flights as pedophiles except the one guy who smiles in a group of young girls all headed to Epstein’s ‘Fantasy Island’ with him.”

“My bet is there are some decent republicans left in America that may think this is going too far,” he added.

“Although there are authentic images of Donald Trump posing for pictures with young women and with Jeffrey Epstein, these three images surfaced on social media without any provenance or explanation of where they came from or what they show,” Lead Stories wrote.

“The images show telltale signs of having been partly or entirely fabricated with an AI program such as Midjourney, leaving legs off Epstein in one case,” Sarah Thompson wrote.

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