Jim Carrey Promotes Gun Control, Attacks Trump in Latest 'Artwork'
Ever since the big-eared Cro-Magnon shot up Florida, leftist celebrities have been crawling out from the woodwork of their gated mansions, armed security guards at their side, to lecture us on guns. Usually with some sort of reference to our tangerine-hued commander-in-chief being an uncaring enabler of child-killers.
Nobody dialed up the anti-Trump gun-grabbing rhetoric quite like Jim Carrey. The man most famous for talking out of his rectum did just that while he was debuting his latest "artwork."
The eccentric actor shared a drawing he created of Trump playing golf amid the dead bodies of presumably students killed last week at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
The artwork included the caption: “What’s wrong with these kids? Didn’t they hear me yell, FORE!”
“It’s President’s Day and Chief Little Hands has been busy tweeting from his golf resort, a chip shot away from the latest bloody school shooting. He was hoping to play a few holes while grieving families are busy digging them,” Carrey tweeted.
It’s President's Day and Chief Little Hands has been busy tweeting from his golf resort, a chip shot away from the… https://t.co/hYdakmEH8U— Jim Carrey (@Jim Carrey)1519074436.0
So, this is what passes for "art" these days. Something tells me Jim Carrey should stick to his day job. Although, I'm pretty sure everyone burned-out on his schtick about twenty years ago.
Ace Ventura thinks it's disrespectful for Trump to play a round of golf a week after the shooting. On the other hand, it's a-okay for Jim to use the students' bodies as props in his gun control crusade. Some of that signature leftist consistency at work, folks.
Despite Fire Marshal Bill's schizophrenic ramblings, Trump isn't entirely against gun control. He's already attempting to appease the anti-gun gods with offerings of bump-fire stocks and expanded background checks. Not exactly a policy that's near-and-dear to his base's heart. Trump's about-face on the boomsticks, although misguided like a boy in a dress and heels, shows he isn't unmoved by the tragedy in Florida.
The moral of the story? Think before you paint, Jimbo.