Jim Carrey’s New Cartoon Warns Trump May Try to Defect to Russia Before Election
In his latest political cartoon, shared on Twitter, Jim Carrey urged his followers to look for travels that Traitor Trump is taking to Moscow before the upcoming November election.
“Be careful with diplomatic missions to Moscow before the November elections. Given the list of possible charges, Traitor Trump may be the first American president to overflow, ”wrote the comedian, actor and artist in a caption next to the illustration, in which Vladimir Putin happily holds a toy-sized Air Force One aircraft His hands.
The cartoon can also be interpreted as Trump being under Putin's control. The plane - a symbol of the President - is literally in Putin's hands.
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Last week, Carrey also shared another political cartoon targeting Trump's photo op outside St. Johns Church, holding up a Bible after he announced he would mobilize the military to quell violent protests.
Carrey captioned his illustration with "Blasphemer-in-Chief" and introduced Trump, who was holding a half-blooded Bible in his hand, with more blood dripping over the (tiny) hand and arm of the illustrated Trump.
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Be careful with diplomatic missions to Moscow before the November elections. Given the list of possible charges, Traitor Trump may be the first American president to overflow. pic.twitter.com/JberHOoXaE
- Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) June 15, 2020
- Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) June 8, 2020
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