Jim Carrey is known for his brilliant slapstick comedy. He’s made movie after movie, many of them absolutely hysterical. But now it appears that he is the one becoming increasingly hysterical himself, unhinged even. President Trump held a rally in West Virginia last week. And Carrey decided he would respond to it by tweeting a weird contemporary painting of Trump and some smeared blood, along with the words, “Tonight in West Virginia @realDonaldTrump is expected to EAT A BABY on stage to the delight of his zombie base.”
— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) August 3, 2017
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Here’s a response to Jim Carrey.
1. Considering you are a member of Liberal Hollywood, who no doubt supports abortion, you are not one to talk about killing or eating babies, which, by the way is a sick thing to say. America, thanks to the support of people like you, has killed 57 million babies. That’s millions of little lives snuffed out by Progressive ideology. That’s on you and others like you who think that abortion is just fine.
2. You might want to take a good look in the mirror before accusing anyone else of being a zombie. We’ve seen zombies that look and behave in healthier ways than you do.
3. You might want to get your own house in order before you start raving about Trump. Wrongful death lawsuit concerning your girlfriend who committed suicide allegedly using drugs you gave her, anyone?
4. Please, Jim, get some help. You don’t look well. You don’t sound well. You are not putting together coherent sentences. Perhaps you’ve become the nutty characters you’ve always been on film.
Carrey has been on the edge for years. It appears he’s finally gone over. What a shame that one of our most talented comedic actors has fallen so far and sunk so low. Real life isn’t like The Truman Show. We don’t get to live in a made up world and do whatever we want with impunity. We have to live in the real world. And in the real world, saying the President will eat a baby, even in jest, is classless, crude and on the less sane side of the spectrum. You’ve probably lost a few more fans, Jim. Keep it up, you can probably be gross enough to lose them all.
I live in Newark, DE, am married, and the mother of four children; Liam, Brenna, Keira and Erin. I am also a full time Bible teacher and have a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from West Chester University.