Carrey: Trump’s Mayor From ‘Jaws’, Killing People For His Economy — Regrets It

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Jim Carrey swore in January he was done bashing President Donald Trump. Well, that didn’t last long. Now the Canadian actor is claiming Trump is just like the mayor from the movie “Jaws” who urged people to get back in the water after a shark attack. Carrey says the president is willing to see people killed by COVID-19 to “save  his economic record.” Americans don’t agree and made poor Jim regret it. Don’t miss this.

Jim Carrey, President Donald Trump (Photo Credit: YouTube/Screenshots)

First, we had Cher spread a ridiculous leftwing conspiracy theory. Cher made the wild accusation that she and her mother are simply “fodder” for President Trump’s “inhumane grist mill.” She also claimed since they are senior citizens and at “high-risk” for the coronavirus that Trump would rather see them dead to save his economy.

Now, it’s Jim Carrey who has also picked up on the same leftwing talking points. 

“Jim Carrey shared a new satirical portrait of Donald Trump Thursday on social media, accusing the president of potentially risking ‘countless lives to save his economic record.’ The painting appears to be a reference to President Trump’s wish to re-start the American economy and see Americans return to work as soon as possible in the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic,” Breitbart reports.

“Trump is willing to risk countless lives to save his economic record. He has fully become the mayor from Jaws,” tweeted Carrey to his 18.5 million followers.

While promoting the family film Sonic the Hedgehog, Carrey sang a different tune regarding the president. He was done with political art, he said, because it was a “waste” of his time, and because he had done “enough” by saying what he needed to say, and because it was a source of negativity with physiological effects:

“I basically didn’t bring that into 2020 with me. That’s gone — pretty much, for the most part,” he said in an interview with Indiewire. “I’ve said what I need to say, and I’ve allowed it to inhabit my body and cause whatever low vibrations do to a body. You know, I sounded my yelp, I warned people, and that’s enough. They know how I feel.”

Jim Carrey added: “So I’ll vote in November, and that’s that. If the wheels come off the wagon completely, then I’ll meet them in the street. But I’m not going to waste another moment of my time with a narcissist, President… what’s his name again?”

The veteran actor shared this message over several interviews, saying his caricatures of Republican and pro-Trump politicians — such as Jared Kushner burning in Hell or Gov. Kay Ivey suffering a gruesome abortion — were never “a matter of hating anyone.” Regardless, he conceded, “I don’t need to be steeped in it anymore.”

Trump and his team are tentatively planning that seniors stay quarantined but the rest of Americans go back to work. He has mentioned Easter Sunday, April 12, as a possible date. Trump also told Sean Hannity that they would “do it smart” and certain areas of the country who have little to no cases of COVID-19 would be the first to go back to work.

It’s a fluid situation changing day by day, and these Hollywood haters are so unpatriotic they refuse to back Trump, who the majority of Americans polled say he is doing a really good job.

Americans quickly responded to Carrey’s take by making it clear to the Trump-hater they want to go back to work. 

“Jim, you guys hate Trump so easily but don’t recognize he’s stuck between American’s wanting to get back to work to save their businesses and to put food on the table to those wanting to distance – He is doing his best – let’s unite for a common purpose yes?” tweeted Ken Halsted.

“Democrats fund impeachment with millions and millions. Democrats block stimulus for coronavirus, not important enough to them. Don’t ever forget this Americans,” tweeted Rodney Jimmy Smith.

“Doesn’t seem he is. Our country is on lockdown and everyone is working together (from what I see) to try and beat this thing. The rage and nastiness from the political left is very telling. Seems you don’t want America to win simply because your hatred for Trump is too great,” tweeted Twitter user “Don’tTreadOnBaby.”

“How about, together, we all root him on and do what we can as individuals to help each other? Support the President in his efforts and hope for America to make it out of this stronger? Is that too hard to do?” they added.

“In get your point however you are a millionaire so you dont have to worry about work. What about the ppl who need to work to survive. Stimulus package only goes so far my hours have been cut cause of this,” tweeted Carl Mann.

President Trump has promised to listen to doctors and advisers on loosening restrictions set by the government to fight the coronavirus pandemic. The president has said he would ultimately make the final decision.

Trump said during a White House coronavirus press conference on Wednesday that Democrats and the mainstream media want the economy to fail in order to hurt his reelection chances in November.

“The media would like to see me do poorly in the election,” the president said. “I think there are certain people who would like it not to open so quickly. There are certain people who would like [the economy] to do poorly because that would be very good as far as defeating me at the polls.”

The vast majority of Americans want to go back to work as soon as possible. We cannot allow our country to risk another Great Depression which would lead to many more deaths and misery for millions of Americans. President Trump knows this, and Americans won’t forget those who sowed panic and fear by refusing to back up our Commander in Chief.

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Rebecca Diserio is a conservative writer and speaker who has been featured in numerous high profile publications. She's a graduate of St. Joseph High School in Lakewood, CA and worked as a Critical Care Registered Nurse at USC Medical Center. A former Tea Party spokesman, she helped manage Star Parker’s campaign for US Congress and hosted a popular conservative radio show where she interviewed Dr. Alveda King, Ann Coulter, David Limbaugh, and Michelle Malkin. A police widow, she resides in Southern California.