Jim Carrey paints a series of mean portraits on Trump and no one knows where to look
Jim Carrey seems to love the Trump adminitration the wrong way - after his ugly portrait of Sarah Huckabee, he's taken on Trump himself as his latest muse
You don't want to piss off Jim Carrey — even though he doesn't seem to mind pissing anyone off. The actor recently rubbed the conservatives the wrong way by painting a really ugly picture of White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. The picture caught fire on Twitter, to a point where Sanders' father, Mike Huckabee, came out calling Jim, nothing but a "pathetic bully, sexist, hater, bigot & ‘Christaphobe.’" But Jim cannot seem to stop.
He pretty much draws anyone he dislikes and makes them look terrible. The latest in line is his portraits is President Donald Trump himself. This isn't the only in his series either.
In this particular portrait, Trump embodies the look of a witch, green skin, instead of his natural orange plus the really long pink nails. He writes, "If you liked my last cartoon you may also enjoy...THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST WING AND PUTIN’S FLYING MONKEYS"
Then there is this one — where it looks like Trump is intimate with someone blond and as she reaches out to grab his hair, his wig falls off. He calls it "Fifty Shades of Decay." Though it's a really good film title for a horror spoof of the original Fifty Shades of Grey.
In another portrait, he shows Trump eating ice cream, rubbing his left nipple and creaming. Jim captioned it, "Dear Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery @NPG, I know it’s early but I’d like to submit this as the official portrait of our 45th President, Donald J Trump. It’s called, 'You Scream. I Scream. Will We Ever Stop Screaming?"
This one though is the cherry on the cake. It shows Trump taking a bath in the sewage water, along with the caption, "Did anyone watch 60 minutes last night? Hell of a piece about a poor kid from Greece named Giannis Antetokounmpo who's making it big in the NBA. America still has some magic. Pity you have to wade through so much cultural sewage to find it".