Jim Carrey wants you to exercise your right to vote — and to exorcise the “demon” currently in the White House.
Actor/artist Carrey offered a noir-ish, demon-themed take on the White House in his latest artwork lambasting Donald Trump, depicting Trump as a “demon” tweeting “bile” from “the bowels of the White House.”
“From the bowels of the White House he shrieked, hurled curses and tweeted bile — because that’s what demons do,” Carrey wrote in accompaniment of his latest piece. “YOU are the Exorcist. Vote Democrat for goodness’ sake.”
Carrey included a link to the voter-registration site Vote.gov for good measure, and easy access.
The artwork itself depicts a hellish, and quite dark, scenario, with a very Trump-like visage superimposed over columns that might, perhaps, be situated at the White House.
Between the columns stands a figure in silhouette, seeming to carry a bag that, possibly, might contain a bottle of holy water, a holy cross, a copy of the Good Book and a priest’s aspergillum.
Whether the power of Christ compels you or not, Check out Carrey’s latest work below.
From the bowels of the White House he shrieked, hurled curses and tweeted bile — because that’s what demons do. YOU are the Exorcist. Vote Democrat for goodness’ sake. https://t.co/EphA7EosbP pic.twitter.com/riVcX0PHCH
– Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) October 13, 2018
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