Jim Carrey offered help to undecided voters with his latest anti-Trump cartoon.
The actor presented a stark choice to those people still unsure about who they’ll vote for on Nov. 3 ― either back President Donald Trump or vote for “decency” with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
Carrey, who has been portraying Biden on “Saturday Night Live,” has used his artwork to attack Trump throughout his presidency.
In January, the “Kidding” star said he was done with producing politically charged pieces. But in recent weeks, he’s actually ramped up his cartoon criticism of Trump, his administration and, in particular, its catastrophic mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Last week, Carrey also began burning Trump’s enablers with these hellish depictions of Republican Sens. Ted Cruz (Texas), Lindsey Graham (S.C.) and Mitch McConnell (Ky.).
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