Jim Carrey weighed in on Trump associate Roger Stone in his latest artwork Thursday, imploring Judge Amy Berman Jackson to toss Stone behind bars for what Carrey perceived as multiple infractions on Stone’s part.
In his latest piece, Carrey depicted Judge Jackson presiding over the court, with an image of Stone thumbing his nose at Jackson beside her.
“5 strikes and Stone is still at bat. Judge Jackson was right. This isn’t baseball. Its [sic] espionage,” Carrey wrote in his latest work.
Carrey continued, “For God sake, there are people in prison for smoking pot! Your honor, with all due respect, LOCK HIM UP!!!”
Carrey’s latest artwork arrived amid questions of whether Stone might have violated a gag order placed on him.
According to the New York Times, Stone came under new scrutiny over an Instagram post that riffed on the 1988 film “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?” and posed the question, “Who Framed Roger Stone?”
Stone also faced scrutiny over the publication of a book in which Stone provides a defense for himself, the Times reported. According to the Times, the book came “barely a week” after Judge Jackson barred Stone from commenting publicly on the current criminal case against him, though Stone maintained that the book, a new edition of his “The Myth of Russian Collusion: The Inside Story of How Donald Trump REALLY Won,” didn’t violate the gag order, because the portions pertaining to his case had been published online prior to the gag order’s Feb. 21 signing.
Stone was also criticized for posting an image on Instagram that appeared to show Jackson with the crosshairs of a rifle scope next to her, the Times reported.
See Carrey’s latest art below.
5 strikes and Stone is still at bat. Judge Jackson was right. This isn’t baseball. Its espionage. For God sake, there are people in prison for smoking pot! Your honor, with all due respect, LOCK HIM UP!!! pic.twitter.com/02k4Pepy5x
— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) March 7, 2019