Another week, another incident of Jim Carrey rehearsing for the "Dumb and Dumber" sequel that will never happen.
After painting several works focused on gun violence and authoring a number of disgusting portraits of President Trump's cabinet members — depicting, in one case, the gruesome deaths of the president's sons — Jim Carrey's artwork has taken on a spiritual tone.
Last week, the comedic actor portrayed the Trump White House as one under the influence of demons. This week, he portrays the president nailing Jesus Christ to the cross for crucifixion:
Jim Carrey says the painting represents Christianity, Trump-style.
"Christianity, Trump style: 'Jesus was a loser. A failed carpenter. He's a savior because he was crucified. I like people that weren't crucified,'" read Carrey's caption, a nonsensical riff on Trump's comments about Sen. John McCain (R-AZ).
Keep in mind, Carrey has not castigated the Democratic Party's love affair with abortion in any of his paintings.
The theme fits into last week's theme. Hopefully, Jim Carrey will leave the Virgin Mary out of his newest series:
Carrey helpfully included a link to Vote.gov so that his remaining fan(s) could register to cast ballots in November.