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Jim Carrey Takes On The US Government With His Unsual Art

Who shall stand and who shall fall?

Credit: Jim Carrey/Twitter

Jim Carrey Takes On The US Government Through Artistic Ammunition. Who Will Stand, And Who Shall Fall?

Jim Carrey was a well-renowned actor, starring in films such as The Truman Show and Dumb and Dumber. However, the actor has been taking a break from the acting world for a while to devote his time to his artwork, according to the documentary I Needed Colour.

The actor has been known for asking the big questions regarding our purpose in life, and now he is using his a medium in which to express his political views and frustrations towards the US government.

He has been going to Twitter to showcase his designs and thoughts to over 18 million followers.  His designs can be seen as uncanny, ghoulish, or are defined as just saying a big ‘FUCK YOU’ to the US Government and its politicians. Check out the uncanny designs below:

Here is Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin

Here are Carrey’s thoughts about Facebook, can’t say I disagree, personally.

Joe diGenovia and Donald Trump

A lawyer hired by Trump.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders, White House Press Secretary

His Thoughts on Gun Control

Rick Gates, former Trump Campaign Adviser

John F. Kelly, White House Chief of Staff

His views on the Big Oil

Check out more of Carrey’s artwork on his twitter.

Also for more info on why Carrey hates facebook, check out this article here!

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