Jim Carrey Shares 'Monstrous' Painting of Sarah Sanders

Jim Carrey Shares 'Monstrous' Painting of Sarah Sanders

Jim Carrey Shares 'Monstrous' Painting of Sarah Sanders

Though Carrey never directly named his inspiration, he wrote on Twitter that the image was the portrait of a "monstrous" "so-called Christian whose only objective in life is to lie for the wicked". "Monstrous!" he captioned the image.

The subject of the portrait is believed to be White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

After sharing the sketch online, Carrey was met by a backlash from right-wing figures on both social media and Fox News. "Monstrous!" stated Carrey in the tweet with the painting, which by Monday had gotten almost 15,000 retweets and approximately 66,000 likes.

Many took to Twitter to criticize Carrey's use of "Christian" and others accused him of shaming because of how unflattering the portrait is portrayed. Marco Rubio and President Trump. "It's ok to be mean and hurtful as long as it's to someone you disagree with, right?"


After stepping away from acting for the most part over the past few years, Jim Carrey has turned to another creative outlet.

Today, a portrait of Sarah Huckabee Sanders attracted more attention that any of Carrey's previous works, though his anti-Facebook composite (I'll call it "Fakebook") was certainly a pointed statement.

Jim Carrey shared an original portrait over the weekend, and conservatives on Twitter are not happy with the Canadian-born comedian.

In a 2017 interview with W magazine, Carrey, whose films seemed to dominate the box office in the '90's and early 2000s, revealed he spent the last six years of his life painting and sculpting.

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