New York Magazine has published politically charged artwork by far-left actor Jim Carrey of former New York City mayor turned President Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Guiliani as a Frankenstein-looking monster.
The artwork appears in the latest issue of the New York magazine, with the headline “From Mayor to Betrayer,” according to The Wrap, which focuses on the impending impeachment proceedings launched by Democrats in Congress against President Donald Trump.
Kudos Jon Stewart for supporting the heroes of 9/11 who gave all to fulfill their duty while Congress, as usual, ran to hide from theirs like cockroaches when you turn the lights on. And speaking of insects where is ‘America’s Mayor’? Shouldn’t Rudy be fighting for these people? pic.twitter.com/3UN4daIain— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) June 13, 2019
It is not the first time that Carrey, whose artwork has in recent years become an integral part of his persona, has attacked Guiliani. In June, he described Guiliani as an “insect” over his failure to champion compensation and benefits for first responders to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Meanwhile, Carrey has also attracted attention for his controversial, gruesome, and even violent drawings depicting Donald Trump, Republicans, and other political figures with whom he disagrees.