At Britannia's British Academy Award in Los Angeles, comedy excellence Jim Carrey says the Republican Congress allows "some very dark moments in our country" (October 27th)
A picture might be worth a thousand words, but Jim Carrey's political artwork deserves a small word war on Twitter.
The Actor "Kidding," who has cast many political figures with his paintings, including President Trump and Sen. Lindsey Graham, suspended his support for the Texas Republic Sen. Ted Cruz Beto O'Rourke on Sunday.
"Go Beto! Go Democrats! Vote as No Tomorrow", Carrey, 56, tweeted, sharing a picture of Cruz dissipating. "Let's go on Tuesday as the end of every big vampire movie. Pull the curtains back and let the sun turn all these bloodbaths into dust."
Cruz, who faced Jimmy Kimmel on the basketball pitches in June following his speech in a bluffing, did not even get Carrey's ridicule.
"Hollywood liberals have everything for Beto" Cruise, 47, with tweeted to more than 3 million fans on Monday. "But Jim Carrey (the described socialist himself) made a mistake here: vampires are dead and everyone knows the dead democratic vote …"
But social media streak did not stop there. Carrey responded on Monday night, scattering Cruz over charcoal to approve President Trumbach's former enemy a NSFW tweet.
"Wow … sorry that he beat my chain, @TedCruz," Carrey wrote. "I thought you would have more important things to do two days before the election – like drinking the man who made your wife ugly and blaming your dad for murder." (Expletive)! "
In 2016, Tramp with tweeted a mime with photos side by side: one of the first Lady of Trumps, set next to an honest, less flattering picture of her husband, Cruise, Heidi, with the text "A picture is worth a thousand words". Trump also underlined in a 2016 interview with Fox News that Cruz's father might have played a part in JFK's murder.
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