Jim Carrey just hit Lindsey Graham with new painting on “why women don’t report sex abuse”


Lauded actor and comedian Jim Carrey may be busy with his hit new Showtime series Kidding, but he hasn’t abandoned the scathingly satirical artwork he’s become known for posting frequently on Twitter.

Carrey unveiled his latest masterwork last night inspired by the riveting confirmation hearings in the Senate Judiciary Committee for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Rather than creating a rendition of a crying, whiny, or furious Kavanaugh or providing a sympathetic portrait of his accuser Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, however, Carrey decided to portray one of the other emotional eruptions that occurred during the hearings, that of Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC).

Carrey’s portrait perfectly captures Graham’s unhinged display of indignation and outrage that this pitiful privileged prep school graduate was being held to account for allegations by a credible victim that he sexually assaulted her in high school and that Kavanaugh’s life was being laid to ruin, all while Graham ignored the decades of psychological torment that the nominee’s alleged actions caused to Dr. Ford.

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Carrey offers Senator Graham’s “hideous and hateful face” as a prime example of why many women are afraid to report incidents of their sexual abuse out of fear of facing the type of “anger and absolute disdain” that Senator Graham aimed at Dr. Christine Blasey Ford during the hearings.

Take a look for yourself and see if you agree with Carrey’s assessment of Graham’s outburst as more of  “a disgrace” than what Graham himself is shouting about.


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