Jim Carrey's Portrait Of A 'So-Called Christian' Looks Just Like Sarah Huckabee Sanders
Jim Carrey again showcases his hate for the current administration by doing a "so-called Christian's" portrait, who seemingly is like Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
The 56-year-old comedian took to his Twitter to use his imagination and creativity to poke fun and express his disdain over a certain person, which was believed to be Sanders, who he described as "monstrous."
"This is the portrait of a so-called Christian whose only purpose in life is to lie for the wicked. Monstrous!" Carrey wrote.
Carrey didn't reveal who his subject was, but many pointed out the resemblance with Sanders is too canny. The drawing looked intense and mad, to say the least, with the eyebrows up.
Not a Fan
Carrey is clearly not a fan of the 35-year-old political aide, and Sanders, as of writing, is unsure whether she finds the art amusing. However, this was not at all new. The Dumb and Dumber star has a history of using an artistic approach to express his dislike of Trump's administration.
He has also constantly used art to give his two cents on pressing issues, including the latest shaker, the Florida high school shooting that claimed the lives of 17 people. Carrey's Twitter account is flooded with his artworks and had earned a mix of applause and flak.
Art As An Outlet
Obviously, Carrey had been using this as an avenue and outlet for his thoughts. In a documentary titled I Needed Color, the actor admitted that this was to "heal a broken heart."
"They make something come into physical being that is inspired by their emotions or their needs or what they feel the audience needs," Carrey explained.
With this in mind, Carrey probably has a message he wishes to get across the audience. As for his latest piece of Sanders, it is a no-brainer since his caption has said it all.
In February, he also took to the microblogging platform to lash out at Facebook for its alleged role in Russians' efforts to interfere with the 2016 elections. Carrey uploaded a portrait of Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO, with a thumbs down sign and the word "fakebook" in it.
Furthermore, he encouraged stockholders to echo his actions, which was to pull their stocks out. Carrey then persuaded social media owners to be responsible.
However, Carrey's arts aren't merely used for hating. When Stephen Hawking died, he uploaded a portrait of the genius, and praised him by calling him "the greatest mental athlete of our time."