Jim Carrey Unveils New Art That Appears To Show Trump's Sons Being Gored To Death

Patricia Ramirez

Jim Carrey is not a fan of Donald Trump, or of the Trump family. The outspoken comedian and actor hasn't been shy in expressing his feelings about the current "first family," both throughout the 2016 presidential campaign and since. In the last few weeks, however, Carrey has used his social media presence to share his thoughts in a more artistic way, much to the chagrin of Trump supporters and the delight of the anti-Trump movement alike.

As Page Six reports, a recent tweet by Jim Carrey features a shocking work of art that seemingly depicts Eric and Donald Trump Jr. being gored to death by an elephant. The artworks, reminiscent of Kathy Griffin holding the faux severed head of Donald Trump, is accompanied by the hashtag #teamelephant. And while it doesn't mention either of the elder Trump boys by name, social media followers of Carrey didn't take long to notice the striking resemblance between the man in the painting and Trump's sons, both of whom have made waves by posting photographs of themselves with trophy animals.

In recent years, Jim Carrey has made a name for himself in the world of visual art, particularly since stepping back from his Hollywood acting career, a career that peaked for roughly a decade and saw the 56-year-old actor star in such films as Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Liar Liar, and Mask.

Some Twitter users were quick to point out the resemblance of the gored subjects to Trump's adult sons. Many seemed to find the artwork humorous, with some pointing out the obvious irony of the hunters becoming the hunted.

"This is the portrait of a so-called Christian whose only purpose in life is to lie for the wicked. Monstrous!"

In one photograph shared on Twitter by Zimbabwe Today, Donald Trump Jr. proudly holds up the severed tail of an elephant he killed while on a legal hunt. As the Washington Post reports, the Trump administration quietly announced on March 1 that it was lifting a ban on bringing elephant parts/trophies into the United States. Permits to import the previously banned elephant trophies will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis, and could presumably allow Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump to bring home elephant hunting souvenirs in the future.