OK, Jim Carrey; you really hooked us with your latest artwork.
Actor/artist Carrey unveiled his newest piece on Monday, paying homage to both Ernest Hemingway and “Jaws,” while reflecting on special counsel Robert Mueller and secretary of commerce Wilbur Ross.
Carrey’s new artwork depicted Mueller, aboard a boat bearing the words “Special Counsel,” wielding a fishing pole whose hook has found its way into the mouth of Ross, who according to Forbes has been accused of grifting more than $120 million from associates.
“If even half of the accusations are legitimate, the current United States secretary of commerce could rank among the biggest grifters in American history,” Forbes said in its story.
“The Old Man and the Sea of Corruption,” Carrey wrote in accompaniment of the image. “So many bottom feeders like Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross getting snagged and dragged to the surface. Mueller’s gonna need a bigger boat!”
Carrey included a link to the voter-registration site Vote.gov with the image.
Way to reel us in, Jim Carrey.
Sink your teeth into Carrey’s latest below.
The Old Man and the Sea of Corruption. So many bottom feeders like Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross getting snagged and dragged to the surface. Mueller’s gonna need a bigger boat! https://t.co/NrLGWEFBsI pic.twitter.com/NdOH7ercJq
– Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) August 13, 2018
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