Jim Carrey Facing Backlash After Tweeting Portrait of 'Monstrous' Sarah Huckabee Sanders

Carla Harmon
March 20, 2018

"James Woods, do you have a comment about Jim Carrey and the insulting portrait he has presented ofSarah Sanders?" tonguepiercer wrote. A new piece by the burgeoning Picasso, however, is going viral for a different reason than the documentary.

Actor Jim Carrey faced backlash on social media in recent days after he posted a painting on social media that is believed to be a portrait of White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

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Carrey has been outspoken in his dislike for Trump administration over the past year.

He told a magazine a year ago that creating political art isn't a new concept for him.

Though Carrey didn't mention Sanders by name, many Twitter users found it to be a flawless rendering, The Wrap reported. Fine. As much as it pains me to admit, however, they do have a point. But she would not confirm it is Sanders.

The former White House Press Secretary was responding to the show listing George Clooney above him on its "PopStart" Twitter rankings.

A screenplay for the sequel to his 1997 hit, Liar Liar, in which a magic wish by one of Sanders's children finds her unable to lie for 15 seconds, during which time shenanigans ensue.

Last month, Carrey tweeted the image of an original painting depicting a seemingly dead schoolgirl sprawled out on the American flag soaked in blood, following the school shooting in Parkland, Fla.

A video montage of every time Sanders has said, "The president has been very clear on that" about something the president has never been clear about even a little bit.

Comedians often land in hot water due to their jokes, but for Jim Carrey, it's his hobby that has earned him criticism.

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