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HOLLYWOOD, CA - NOVEMBER 13: Jim Carrey speaks onstage during "Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond - Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton" at AFI FEST 2017 Presented By Audi at TCL Chinese 6 Theatres on November 13, 2017 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for AFI)

Donald Trump’s presidency has thrown Hollywood into chaos. They can’t believe American voters didn’t take their advice and support Hillary Clinton. Every day it seems another actor goes into a fit of rage. Jim Carrey is the latest to step up and fill that role.

Carrey thinks supporting Trump is a “disease.” The Canadian comedian is upset about children who are in the United States illegally being separated from their parents. He didn’t object to this when President Obama was president. He only feels it is a “disease” because we have a Republican president.

Carrey has been sharing his artwork to help drive home his liberal agenda to followers. He recently tweeted a cartoon he did as a call for people to vote in the midterm elections this year. The subject of his poorly done cartoon is the Statue of Liberty getting chemotherapy. This is a visual representation of his belief that President Trump and his supporters are a cancer that is destroying America.


The Dumb and Dumber star is about as unhinged as Rosie O’Donnell. The actor hasn’t had a blockbuster movie in years. He does have an upcoming series on the small screen though. His Showtime series “Kidding” begins September 4th. It’s hard to imagine conservatives tuning in to watch since he is so slanderous towards us and President Trump. Like Rosie, Carrey often tweets hateful things, not only about the President but about his family as well.

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He refers to Trump’s voters as “zombies,” yet he wants us to tune in and watch his show. Forget it! You can find more polite ways to argue than being caustic and insulting. There is a price to pay for bad behavior and he’s likely to feel that sting now that he has alienated so many American viewers equating them with cancer.


The 56-year-old actor can play the role of political bomb thrower on Twitter, but if he wants to reinvigorate his stalled career, he probably should stop pounding so loudly on his keyboard!

Source: People

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