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sábado, 31 de marzo de 2018

Actor Jim Carrey posts gory image of Trump sons

First it was the gory and severed head of President Donald Trump held at arm’s length by D-list celebrity Kathy Griffin, a morbid form of art imitating the life that some many liberals wish was reality.

Now, comedy actor and amatuer artist Jim Carrey has unleashed a social media firestorm over a caricatured cartoon he created of an elephant impaling Eric and Donald Trump Jr. on its bloody tusks as the president’s sons remain clutching their hunting rifles.  

Virtue painting

Carrey captioned the image #teamelephant in an apparent protest of the Trump siblings’ penchant for big game hunting.

While some Twitter users applauded the distasteful artistic statement, others interpreted the image as an implicit threat on the Trump brothers’ lives.

In fact, one user provided proof that he alerted authorities concerning the veiled threat, providing a screenshot of an FBI tip-line link as evidence of his public service.

Carrey’s Twitter is inundated with child-like illustrations that communicate his far-left political leanings, and the “Dumb and Dumber” star has lamented the “cultural sewage” in America that he believes is a byproduct of the Trump presidency.

Other Carrey paintings include an image of the president in bed and enjoying a bowl of ice cream while sexually gratifying himself, while another shows Trump engaged in intercourse with adult film star Stormy Daniels, complete with a Presidential Seal covering the president’s backside.

That Carrey would issue lowbrow threats to famous Republicans is really no surprise. When questioned about Griffin’s grisly photo op last year, he was unflinching.

He told Entertainment Tonight:

I had a dream the other night I was playing golf with Donald Trump. I was standing beside him with a club in my hand, and I was considering my options when I suddenly woke up.

“It was one of those dreams where you just want to get back to sleep so you can finish it, you know?” Carrey concluded.

Don’t quit your day job

When the opinions of Carrey’s fawning liberal fan base are discounted, the middle-aged comedian’s “artwork” is exposed as nothing more than a hobby for an out-of-work actor with an exceeding surplus of time. His colorful scrawlings appeal to the lowest common denominator of the art world are thoroughly lacking in any nuance or subtlety.

Unforgiving Guardian art critic Jonathan Jones agrees with this assessment, calling Carrey  “an astonishingly bad painter and sculptor” and a “deluded character” whose “painful” art is a “joke” and “gives amateurs a bad name.”

To Jones, Carrey joins Sylvester Stallone, James Franco, and Val Kilmer as actors who use their fame to create buzz for art that would otherwise be relegated to an expansive canvas trash heap.

During a New York Fashion Week party last year, Carrey may as well have been showcasing his art when he told E! News that, “There’s no meaning to any of this,” and that he “wanted to find the most meaningless thing that I could come to and join, and here I am.”