Jim Carrey’s New Drawing Pins Perfect Nickname On Trump After Convictions

Jim Carrey, star of such hits as Bruce Almighty, Dumb & Dumber, and Ace Ventura, has been putting his comedic talents to good use through satirical paintings of President Trump and his administration. 

On Tuesday, August 21, the same day Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to charges of campaign finance violation, implicating President Trump in the crime, the star posted a new painting to his Twitter featuring the President in quite the compromising position:

Calling Trump “The Great Spewdini,” Carrey made it clear that his presidency was in an incredibly perilous position.

And people were here for it:

Of course, the commander-in-chief isn’t Carrey’s only target among Trump officials! His paintbrush also had some things to say about Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani:

August 21 also happens to be the day Paul Manafort was convicted on 8 counts of white-collar financial crimes.

Carrey’s political opinions are strongly expressed through his vivid, colorful portraits:

The actor obviously believes Special Counsel Robert Mueller will have some important findings to release soon…

Trump’s trade tariffs didn’t go unnoticed by the veteran comedian.

Occasionally, Carrey’s paintings will take on a more somber, reflective tone…

When addressing an issue as large and unbelievable as President Putin and Donald Trump’s relationship, however, it’s hard to be anything but cartoonish.

Carrey has commented to Huffpost:

I can’t just watch this nightmare unfold. It’s just a civilized way of dealing with it, to get on board with as many other voices as possible that are shouting from the rooftops.

You can catch Jim Carrey in the new Showtime series Kidding, premiering August 31!

H/T – Huffpost, Business Insider