Gifted thespian and talented cartoonist Jim Carrey recently announced that he would stop posting cruelly comical caricatures of the buffoonish con artist, Donald Trump, on Twitter.
I will miss Carrey’s artwork, but thank God that he’s still using his comedic talents to ridicule the racist-in-chief.
Pontificating on the importance of making people laugh, Carry told Stephen Colbert:
“It gives us a break from the obstreperous, bloviating bag of flatulence that is trying to take the city on the hill and turn it into a Dutch oven. We don’t’ have to pull the covers over our head and breathe deeply the ambrosia of evil.”
Comedy is at times profane, non-politically correct and outrageous, but it is a breath of fresh air that helps us persevere, especially in these dark times under the Trump regime.
If I were a cartoonist and I was instructed to draw a fart as a character for an adult-themed cartoon show I would draw Donald Trump. With his double chin, orange complexion and especially his sphincter-shaped mouth he looks like a fart.
Whenever I see Trump speaking on TV, I unconsciously cover my nose because I expect nothing but noxious nonsense and rancid racism to emanate from his pie hole.
Carrey is spot on; Trump is indeed a bloviating bag of flatulence and he’s made such a mess that his stink will linger long after his term ends.
Mike Pence, Mike Pompeo and most members of Trump’s administration have a brown nose, testament to the fact that they enjoy sniffing deeply the ambrosia of evil.
But I can’t wait until it’s Morning in America again, and we can breathe freely without choking on the moral pollution spewing from the Trump White House.