Jim Carrey Uses Awards Show Speech to Claim Trump Kidnaps Children
Once upon a time, Jim Carrey was a beloved funnyman who could do no wrong. Alas, the 90s were a long time ago. Now, Jim is more known for being a rambling crazy person who fills out his days hating on Republicans through his "art."
Somebody saw fit to give Jim an award. Predictably, his acceptance speech was mostly a schizophrenic anti-Trump tirade. Topped off by Jim's insistence that the Orange Man is an evil kidnapper of kiddies.
See for yourself:
Jim Carrey accused Donald Trump of “kidnapping children” as he collected an award at Los Angeles’ Britannia Awards on Friday.
The actor received the Charlie Chaplin Award for Humour at the ceremony and used his acceptance speech to take aim at the current US President.
Speaking about the star the award takes its name from, Carrey said: “He took on the American right wing of his day, its worst evils, hatred of immigrants, contempt for the truth, greed, and the abuse of power. We are fighting those same evils today.”
“Shamelessness is not, nor will ever be, a superpower. It is the mark of a villain. Kidnapping children is not what great nations do. Almost half of America at this moment believes there is a sinister deep state diabolically plotting to… what? Give them healthcare?”
Once again, James wows us with his rectal utterances.
I wouldn't call what Trump is doing "kidnapping the children." More like not housing them in a jail cell next to murder-happy MS-13 dickweeds and unsavory cartel members. Curiously though, Jimbo's outrage was nowhere to be found when Obama was locking kiddos in cages and putting them in the hands of human traffickers.
Notice also how Jimbo added some single-payer advocacy to his
rant speech. If he'd been keeping up with the news, he might have known how "compassionate" single-payer can be to the children. Maybe Andy Kaufman will sit the next possession session out and the ghosts of Charlie Gard and Alfie Evans can knock some sense into Jimmy.
If Jim Carrey doesn't like the Donald, that's perfectly fine. Everyone is entitled to their opinion. However, making up claims like "Trump is an evil serial kidnapper" only makes him a deceptive asshat who peddles falsehoods.
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