Jim Carrey Shares 'Monstrous' Painting of Sarah Sanders

Jim Carrey Shares 'Monstrous' Painting of Sarah Sanders

Jim Carrey Shares 'Monstrous' Painting of Sarah Sanders

A Carrey spokesperson confirmed to Mashable that the "sketch" was Carrey's handiwork, but could not confirm that the person portrayed was Sanders.

Commenters savaged Carrey for the depiction and for attacking Christianity.

Carrey tweeted alongside the painting, "This is the portrait of a so-called Christian whose only objective in life is to lie for the wicked".

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On Monday morning, he tweeted a link to a "Fox and Friends" story about the painting and added his own commentary. But she would not confirm it is Sanders.

The tweet quickly went viral as Twitter users began to speculate whether the portrait was indeed of Sanders, criticizing Carrey for "mocking" Christianity.

Taking a play out of President Donald Trump's Twitter playbook, Carrey ended the statement with a final one-word description, "Monstrous!"

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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.

As for "sexist" well, unlike Sarah's boss, it doesn't seem like Carrey is singling out women to attack more harshly...

This isn't the first time Jim Carrey paintings caused a stir in the political arena.

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"In November, Carrey called President Trump a "stooge" of Russian President Vladimir Putin in a tweet that included artwork depicting President Trump kissing Putin's bare butt cheek", noted Breitbart. For reference, consider Carrey's recent tribute to Stephen Hawking, his recent series of self-critical text-based abstractions, or this horrifying thing. "See you around, buddy", the actor and painter wrote.

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