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Jim Carrey Reveals Another Insane Painting Slandering Covington Boys as 'Baby Snakes'

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It has become glaringly obvious over the past few years that many individuals on the ideological left — including a number of media personalities and Hollywood celebrities — have become wholly consumed by their unmitigated hatred of all things related to President Donald Trump and suffer from what has become known as “Trump Derangement Syndrome.”

Chief among those afflicted with a severe case of TDS is the formerly funny TV and movie star Jim Carrey, who has seemingly descended into an abjectly hateful and psychopathic world of anti-Trump “art” that lashes out disgustingly and disturbingly against anything even remotely connected to the president.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Carrey felt the need to weigh in on the controversy surrounding the deceptively-framed and media-perpetuated hate-fest against the Covington Catholic High School students who were unfairly blamed and harassed and threatened following a confrontation with a drum-beating leftist Native American activist — despite ample evidence showing they didn’t instigate the confrontation and had actually been targeted with hate by black supremacist protesters and Native American activists.

AOL.com reported that Carrey posted to Twitter his latest Trump-hating artwork that featured four of the Covington Catholic boys and the Native American protester, which he titled “Baby Snakes.”

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In Carrey’s painting, he apparently sought to recreate the scene captured by cellphone cameras that whipped up a hateful and bloodthirsty leftist mob to go after the wrongly accused teens.

Of the four boys pictured in his painting, one was “smirking” — which apparently is now a crime punishable by death these days, in the left’s view — while another appeared to be snarling or yelling. Still another was mockingly sticking his tongue out, while the fourth merely held up an American flag-encased cellphone, as if recording the incident.

The four boys were faced off against the drum-beating Native American activist in the foreground. That activist is Nathan Phillips, who is actually the one who instigated the standoff and has been shown to have lied repeatedly in the aftermath of the incident, both about how it went down as well as his own history and prior military service.

Do Jim Carrey's hateful paintings reveal the former funnyman is really unhinged?

Three of the four boys wore what appeared to be the ubiquitous, red “Make America Great Again” hat of President Trump’s supporters that served as a key focal point of the left’s hatred, except the appeared to read “Make America Hate Again.”

The logical problem with that little touch is that it wasn’t the boys who were spreading hatred and vitriol. Indeed, in this particular instance, it is Carrey himself who is acting in a hateful manner by continuing to smear the boys when all evidence suggests they were not at fault.

To be sure, this is most certainly not the first time Carrey has displayed his mental instability and unabashed hatred for all things Trump in his artwork, and odds are, this won’t be the last.

Carrey has painted and displayed numerous works of “art” in which Trump and those within his close circle and administration are caricatured terribly as the worst sort of creatures, when they aren’t simply drawn as the worst sort of evil people.

Indeed, Carrey has painted White House press secretary Sarah Sanders as an angrily screaming liar, presidential adviser Jared Kushner as residing in hell, and the president’s eldest sons impaled on elephant tusks.

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His unhinged artwork has also targeted Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh as an alleged rapist and portrayed Texas Sen. Ted Cruz as a vampire.

He has also created misogynistic paintings attacking the women in Trump’s orbit, such as one that framed Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen as some sort of kidnapping murderer and another portraying first lady Melania Trump as an uncaring elitist, among others.

Carrey has attempted to use his artwork to attack President Trump and those around him as hateful and unhinged individuals, and the first year art student-esque crap that results has been heralded by the left as veritable masterpieces, or some such other absurd nonsense.

However, the reality is that Carrey’s paintings only serve to reveal the he is, in fact, the hateful and unhinged one in all of this, and those who care about his health and well-being ought to check into getting him some help.

More and more, it looks like he needs it.

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Ben Marquis is a writer who identifies as a constitutional conservative/libertarian. He has written about current events and politics for The Western Journal since 2014. His focus is on protecting the First and Second Amendments.
Ben Marquis has written on current events and politics for The Western Journal since 2014. He reads voraciously and writes about the news of the day from a conservative-libertarian perspective. He is an advocate for a more constitutional government and a staunch defender of the Second Amendment, which protects the rest of our natural rights. He lives in Little Rock, Arkansas, with the love of his life as well as four dogs and four cats.
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Louisiana
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The School of Life
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Little Rock, Arkansas
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