Actor Jim Carrey has once again tweeted out one of his politically charged primitive paintings, this time killing off all of Congress.
The former comedy star tweeted a painting showing an empty chair and desk set against a carpet that recalls a seen on the floors of Congress in Washington DC.
Along with the image, Carrey wrote, “Great men and women once occupied these desks. The House of Representatives, 1789 – 2016.”
The volatile actor also added a link to a website where potential voters can register to vote.
— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) July 26, 2018
Jim Carrey’s art has generally focused on attacking President Donald Trump, such as his June piece depicting Trump crucifying Jesus Christ, but once in a while, he lashes out at Democrats, too.
In May, for instance, Carrey claimed that the Democrat Party was “rotting” away with a painting featuring a Democrat donkey’s decomposing corpse.
The Dumb and Dumber star has been filling his time with the often violent and blood-soaked paintings after finding his movie career floundering. Last year his move The Bad Batch struggled to even make $181,000 upon its debut in theaters and his next project, Dark Crimes, did not even get a debut in theaters going straight to home video instead.
After finding a dearth of success on the big screen, Carrey is returning to TV in the Showtime series Kidding, a sad-clown story of a troubled kids show host whose personal life is a wreck.
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