Jim Carrey’s latest artwork certainly offers some Stone-cold commentary.
Actor-artist Carrey unveiled his latest political cartoon on Friday, hours after longtime Trump associate Roger Stone was arrested.
“Kidding” star Carrey’s latest work depicted Stone in a suit, round glasses and hat, but his message accompanying the image might have contained the real character portrait.
“Roger Stone indicted for lying to the FBI, witness tampering & intimidation,” Carrey wrote. “Dresses like a Batman villain, wears a tattoo of the last worst scumbag (Nixon) ever to soil the Oval Office.”
Carrey concluded, “C’mon folks…they can’t make it any easier to recognize the bad guys. Use your eyes & ears.”
Early Friday morning, the feds showed up at Stone’s Fort Lauderdale home, ending months of speculation that his indictment was imminent.
Stone faces five counts of false statements and one count of witness tampering.
With this keen eye for detail where Stone is concerned, maybe Carrey can book himself another gig sometime soon — as a courtroom sketch artist.
See Carrey’s latest work below.
Roger Stone indicted for lying to the FBI, witness tampering & intimidation. Dresses like a Batman villain, wears a tattoo of the last worst scumbag (Nixon) ever to soil the Oval Office. C’mon folks…they can’t make it any easier to recognize the bad guys. Use your eyes & ears. pic.twitter.com/jG9Q2CrYmk
– Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) January 25, 2019
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