Jim Carrey dragged for tweeting 'disgraceful' painting of Sarah Sanders.

Jim Carrey dragged for tweeting 'disgraceful' painting of Sarah Sanders.
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On Saturday, actor and now painter Jim Carrey tweeted a portrait he'd painted of White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders, receiving mixed reactions on his artwork.

Along with the painting, Carrey wrote, "This is the portrait of a so-called Christian whose only purpose in life is to life for the wicked. Monstrous!" He didn't mention her by name, but it's pretty clear who the picture is of.

At least one person found the painting "disgraceful" and was not shy about saying so.

Someone else decided to ask conservative actor and all-around weirdo James Woods about it, and while Woods didn't reply, it's safe to assume he didn't like it.

Others pointed out that the fact that Sarah Sanders has feelings, too.

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And still others swore they'd boycott any future Jim Carrey projects.

Carrey has said that he's taking a break from acting to focus on painting, and it seems, politics. Last month, after the Parkland, Florida shooting, Carrey tweeted a picture of a bloody girl lying on an American Flag.

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