The actor-artist in January announced a self-imposed ban on creating politically charged cartoons that he’s previously used to scorn the president, members of his administration and his allies.
Carrey made an exception on Tuesday, however, with this NSFW coronavirus-themed artwork of POTUS:
It followed Carrey’s scathing portrait of Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.), who in January reportedly sold stocks after receiving private congressional health briefings about the threat posed by the virus.
Trump has been widely criticized for the haphazard federal response to the pandemic that in the U.S. has sickened more than 54,000 people and killed 784.
The outbreak has forced millions of people worldwide into lockdown and sent stock markets tumbling, prompting Trump on Tuesday to express his hope that the U.S. would be back open for business in time for Easter (a time frame that health experts said would be detrimental to halting the spread of the virus).
Carrey, who is a vocal opponent to additives like mercury in vaccines but denies being an anti-vaxxer, vowed on Monday to grow a beard “until we all go back to work,” promising to post updates “so you can marvel at the miracle of my meaningless transformation.”
- Coronavirus live updates: Trump wants U.S. opened up by Easter
- Why lifting coronavirus restrictions could kill millions
- The world is facing a crucial test this week in flattening the curve
- European governments are taking these unprecedented steps to save jobs
- How to make a face mask that is effective against coronavirus
- How to grocery shop for a quarantine
- How to disinfect your food and your kitchen
- The HuffPost guide to working from home
- What coronavirus questions are on your mind right now? We want to help you find answers.