Jim Carrey Portrays Trump Supporters as Devolving Into Apes
Jim Carrey is at it again with his anti-Trump artwork, this time portraying supporters of the president as on the verge of devolving from humans into apes
Actor and outspoken liberal Jim Carrey is at it again with his anti-Trump artwork, this time portraying supporters of the president as on the verge of devolving from humans into apes rather than the “other way around.”
“Let’s remember this year that according to very sound scientific evidence, human beings evolved from apes and not the other way around,” Carrey tweeted, accompanied by his rendition of an ape who appears to be thinking of a man wearing a red hat devolving into a primate.
Let’s remember this year that according to very sound scientific evidence, human beings evolved from apes and not the other way around. pic.twitter.com/XydhnnZ5Ou
— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) January 4, 2019
This painting is but the latest in a series of anti-Trump art created by Carrey, in which the comedian seems to take great glee in attacking the president and his supporters.
In December, Carrey attacked Trump advocates as “loyal zombies” who were eagerly anticipating Trump to build a wall along the United States’ southern border.
Remember Trump’s loyal zombies chanting, “Build That Fence” at his rallies???
Me neither! pic.twitter.com/yBYwtbDriB
— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) December 26, 2018
“All pain equals art”
On election day in November, Carrey tweeted, “Shameless lies. Endless indictments. The rise of racist hate groups. Kidnapped children. Contempt for rule of law – and quite possibly TREASON. Let’s end this ill-wind that’s blowing America off-balance and turning us against each other. VOTE DEMOCRAT!”
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Obviously, the actor has issues.
When Carrey was asked recently about why he felt compelled to constantly attack Donald Trump with his controversial artwork, Carrey said it was his way of dealing with the “pain” caused by the president. Carrey said Trump is “pushing the country towards suffering beyond all imagination.”
“I feel feelings, and that’s the only way I can deal with them is to turn them into something positive,” Carrey said. “All pain equals art.”
“Pain?” It’s kind of hard to feel for a wealthy Hollywood celebrity painting juvenile pictures of President Trump to deal with his supposed suffering. This is grade school level maturity.
More regular working Americans feel pain in different ways on a regular basis than a famous actor ever will. It’s part of the reason they elected Donald Trump in the first place.
Perhaps Jim Carrey should stick to making movies.