There is no joy in Mudville because the mighty Casey has struck out…
Denizens of Hollywood have been gripped by dark despair ever since the vaunted special counsel Robert Mueller delivered his highly anticipated report with zero evidence that President Trump was in cahoots with the Kremlin during the 2016 election.
Rather than riding to the rescue like Gandalf the great wizard to save them from the great evil that existed only within the confines of their own minds, Saint Bob dashed their hopes by clearing Trump and destroying the biggest hoax in American history at the same time.
Naturally, the unhinged and depraved narcissists who inhabit Tinseltown did not take kindly to what they now view as Mueller’s betrayal and so deep is their funk that obsessive crank Jim Carrey is featuring the fallen idol as the subject of his latest macabre artwork.
You let us down Mr. Mueller. You saw obstruction and washed your hands of it. Not indicting a President is a memo, not a law. You let a tyrant skate with “I don’t remember”. You gave the enemy a leg up. Live with that…”PROSECUTOR” pic.twitter.com/aE305iCPmE
— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) April 28, 2019
Jim Carrey has a beef with Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and he’s not letting it slide without speaking up.
“You let us down Mr. Mueller. You saw obstruction and washed your hands of it,” Carrey wrote in his latest artwork, which he posted Sunday. “Not indicting a President is a memo, not a law. You let a tyrant skate with ‘I don’t remember’. You gave the enemy a leg up. Live with that…’PROSECUTOR’.”
Once one of the most bankable stars in all of filmdom, Carrey’s career has been in the toilet now that moviegoers have come to realize that every role that the Canadian-born socialist plays is a variation of the exact same character.
That was great back in the day when he churned out smash hit after hit with movies like Ace Ventura Pet Detective, The Mask, The Truman Show, and the Dumb and Dumber series but it’s been a hell of a long time since he had an actual successful flick.
His dark performance as the creepy obsessive cable TV repairman Ernie “Chip” Douglas in fellow Trump hater Judd Apatow’s The Cable Guy was a perfect example of art imitating life and Carrey’s sad decline into bitterness and churning out weird paintings could be interpreted by some as a cry for help.
Carrey’s descent into lunacy beings to mind the words of classic film star Lon Chaney that “there’s nothing funny about a clown in the moonlight” and those who are close to the actor should seriously consider an intervention before he ends up harming himself or others.
One thing that could well send old Fireman Bill into certifiable four-alarm madness would be an election morning in 2020 when he wakes up to yet another Trump victory and if that comes to fruition, someone needs to hide all of the knives in the Carrey household.