Jim Carrey took off his clothes and hung his hat. This is a “political protest cartoon” he has successfully worn in the past four years, chronicling disturbing events in the country and condemning Donald. Trump and his administration.
“In the past 4 years, among other promises, I have made great efforts in this set of political protest cartoons. He and he wrote in a tweet on Saturday: “It really feels like you are with me. Crossed the ocean of anger… but one thing told me that it was time to take a break from my social media mallet and regain some nerve function. “
“If I seem to want to ignore my main Twitter followers outside the U.S. and Canada and outside the U.S. and Canada in order to get rid of the democratic̵
-Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) February 20, 2021
The lengthy statement was accompanied by a picture of himself standing in the doorway under the blue sky with open arms. The title reads: “…If I can’t see you…” The paintings and quotes are reminiscent of his 1998 film “The Truman Show”.
Carrey expressed appreciation and gratitude to his fans and wrote in the letter: “In my grateful heart, you will always have and will always occupy the sacred space. Thank you everyone for your patience, support, humor and beautiful supporters. “
When Carrey first expressed his political views on Twitter through political cartoons in August 2017, he said that he “became a bit like an activist” because he saw what was happening around him. Expressing these opinions often gets him into trouble.
“My managers are under a lot of pressure:’Don’t mess up. You have goodwill in the world. People love you. When you start talking about politics or other issues, you lose half of your audience. I said: throw them away ,” he told the vulture in an interview in January 2019.
“For me, the difficulty is to stop long enough to take care of my life, because once I start working, all the plans will disappear. I am free, and this is what art means to me. It is present and present. freedom of.”