Jim Carrey Is a Political Cartoonist Now: See His Terrifying Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Many Other Political Figures
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The "Ace Ventura" star has been filling his Twitter feed with political commentary through his art.

Updated 4/25/18:

We've added more of Carrey's most recent artwork for your viewing pleasure, including an artistic jab at Trump's relationship with First Lady Melania Trump.

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We knew Jim Carrey was a talented actor and comedian, but who knew he had such a knack for political cartooning and commentary too? His latest effort is an unidentified woman who is almost certainly Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Carrey labeled the image, "This is the portrait of a so-called Christian whose only purpose in life is to lie for the wicked. Monstrous!"

The frankly terrifying image is just the latest in a series of full-color illustrations the actor has spread across his Twitter feed over the past several months. Virtually no one associated with the White House has been safe from the artist's satirical pencil, with less-than-flattering images of Steve Bannon, Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Roy Moore, Devin Nunes, Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump himself.

His artistic side started to creep up more prominently with Trump's campaign, and really kicked into high gear as the new president took office. On top of that, Carrey's artistic ability has improved tremendously, both in coloring technique and his ability to capture the likeness of the figures through his unique caricature style. He's also created provocative and intentionally uncomfortable art as a response to the ongoing school shootings and his percieved lack of response to the crisis.

Carrey has coupled each of his images with scathing commentary about the political figure he's mocking, or the significant cultural moment he's commenting on. From suggesting that Trump is eating a baby, to his Cabinet members being literal rats leaving a sinking ship, Carrey may be just one celebrity voice among hundreds criticizing the current administration, but he may just be the only one backing up his words with hand-drawn imagery.

Below are some of his most provocative and compelling pieces, starting with his most stark political statement, direct from his Twitter feed:

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