Of course the new image includes Carrey’s favorite artistic target: President Donald Trump.
Hyde-Smith made a crack recently about attending a “public hanging,” leading to a number of corporate donors to ask her campaign for their money back.
She apologized for the comments, which critics say was especially insensitive, given the state’s racist legacy of lynching African-Americans.
He said earlier this month that his management team warned him that getting political would cause him to lose half his audience.
“I say, ’Lose ’em,’” Carrey said at the Vulture Festival in Los Angeles.
“Social media is a canvas for me,” he said. “And I think if it’s used in that way to express the truth or whatever in an artistic way, it’s a beautiful thing.”