Jim Carrey Perfectly Captured Sarah Huckabee Sanders in Portrait

I knew Jim Carrey was a great comedic actor, but I never realized he was such a good artist, as well. That is, until he posted a portrait of Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Donald Trump’s very own Joseph Goebbels, to Twitter.

Should have sent a poet…

In an hilarious turn of events, Carrey’s portrait, which I think is about as flattering as you can expect, angered some of the more unhinged members of the right wing.

The “Great Awakening” hashtag is a mélange of insane conspiracy theories. Here’s a representative tweet.

Good point about bigotry, woman with “Deplorable” in her handle.

Of course, most people loved Carrey’s painting of the Disinformation Minister.

I really like the gif of her morphing into Uncle Fester, it just works so well. Really captures the way she always has one eye closed like she’s got some sort of nervous twitch when she lies and she’s literally always lying.

Jim’s protrait went over so well that he followed it up with another one.

I love it. I kind of want a print of it to hang in my foyer. But it kind of makes me not want to see Wicked for some reason.

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Clearly Jeremy is the sneering adolescent asshole who needs to grow up.


Nah. He’s not a millennial.


Substitute “reassuring” with “condescending.”


Well, its totally what I expect from Carrey. Always in character, always doing a perfomance. Andy Kaufman is a big idol for him, so he does the same. It looks pretty close to a nervous breakdown, but who wouldn’t be like that, when you’re publicly accused of enabling your ex-girfriends suicide. I would go insane. Just look at him. Emaciated, obviously not eating well or being sick. He needs to take himself out of the limelight, or he will become a total weirdo and headcase like Mr. Sheen.

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Could it be a publicity stunt?


Jim Carrey is Buddhist guys. This is the Buddhist concepts of emptiness and non-self. I’m sure it sounds crazy if you aren’t Buddhist or Hindu, but I get what he’s saying. He’s (probably) not crazy, but maybe what we call “stuck in emptiness”.

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