Vladimir Putin might have popularized the shirtless-on-horseback calendar pose that was echoed recently by Alex Jones, but Jesse Jackson deserves credit for at least one thing: he chose to keep his shirt on Wednesday when he rode up to the front lines of a protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
— Marisa Villarreal (@marisa_villarr) October 26, 2016
— Rev Jesse Jackson Sr (@RevJJackson) October 26, 2016
— R u t h H o p k i n s (@RuthH_Hopkins) October 26, 2016
Seen standing with Jackson (literally; check over his shoulder above) was “Avengers” actor Mark Ruffalo, who offered his own exclusive scoop of sorts by confirming that climate crusader Leonardo DiCaprio would be stopping by Thursday, assuming his green-friendly private jet that runs on unicorn tears isn’t delayed.
— Asani Charles (@Asani) October 26, 2016
President Obama seems to be taking a wait-and-see approach to the pipeline. The Seattle Times reports that the administration asked Energy Transfer Partners for a second time Tuesday to voluntarily cease construction, to no avail. And Hillary? No one’s even sure yet where she really stands on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but a few of Ruffalo’s fans aren’t happy that he’s now with her, sort of.
— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) October 16, 2016
It most certainly is not. That's propaganda Clinton stans like to push. I vote for who I believe in.
— he sexy and he knows it (@FanInTheMoon) October 16, 2016
@1lolamarina Sorry Mark, never was a turn the other cheek kind of guy. She wronged us. Never Democrat
— John Jenkins (@Oteachjohn) October 18, 2016
— Not Even a Democrat (@SouthBoulder) October 16, 2016
— Bake Your Own Pumpkin Pie. I’m Tweeting. (@Ontheotherhand) October 16, 2016
A vote for HRC is NOT a vote for Bernie Sanders. Go Green. Vote Stein, not a corrupt warmonger.
— Justin (@27_b_6) October 16, 2016
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'Water is life, oil is death': President Obama's former green jobs czar joins Dakota Access Pipeline protest https://t.co/2Re8FKJFNc
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) September 14, 2016