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Jim Carrey Asks Robert Mueller to Be His Secret Santa and Give Him ‘Indictments’

Leftist celebrity has gone off yet again on the president

“Dumb and Dumber” star Jim Carrey — who is increasingly a political activist and less and less an entertainer — took the Christmas season as yet another opportunity to attack President Donald Trump — and his 2016 presidential campaign.

Carrey recently tweeted out one of his political paintings.

And this one featured Robert Mueller.

Someone can be seen whispering “Indictments!” into the special counsel’s ear.

For his caption, Carrey wrote, “Dear Mr. Mueller: Be my secret Santa. You know what I want for Christmas.”

Here, Carrey is referring to Mueller’s investigation into Russian collusion allegations — and essentially saying he hopes President Trump and those involved with his campaign wind up going to prison.

It is not surprising to see Jim Carrey utter such dark wishes against the Trump administration, given his political background.

Last month, Carrey argued against the idea of political civility with those with whom he disagrees.

Instead, he said that Republicans are “not people you can deal with” — and proceeded to call them “rapists.”

That same day, he also compared Trump to cancer, calling him a “melanoma.”

Earlier in the year, the Canadian-American also told his fellow Democrats, “We have to say yes to socialism, to the word and everything.”

Keep in mind that Carrey’s estimated net worth is $150 million, according to the Celebrity Net worth website.

And he accrued that massive amount of wealth thanks to capitalism.

As far as Carrey’s paintings go, he shares them on a regular basis with the public — and the common theme seems to be anti-Trump.

They also tend to be accompanied by wild claims.

He accused the president of manslaughter in November during the massive wildfires in California, which burned through tremendous swaths of the Golden State.

He also said the man who allegedly sent pipe bombs to a host of left-wing politicians (as well as to Democratic financier George Soros and actor Robert De Niro) was “encouraged and emboldened by the hate speech of Donald Trump.”

The painting accompanying the photo showed a close-up of the president’s face — with his mouth open and a pipe bomb in it.

The “Liar Liar” star has even used his paintings to show support for controversial former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who started the league’s national anthem protests back in 2016.

When news broke that Nike had hired Kaepernick as the face of the company’s “Just do it” campaign, Carrey thanked the company for it.

He put Kaepernick in a painting, which featured former U.S. Olympic track runners Tommie Smith and John Carlos raising their fists and giving the “black power” salute, as they did during the singing of the national anthem at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City.

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Tom Joyce is a freelance writer from the South Shore of Massachusetts. He covers sports, pop culture, and politics and has contributed to The Federalist, Newsday, and other outlets.