Jim Carrey expands his art to wrestling TV pundits, John Bolton

Jim Carrey has switched his artistic inspiration from President Trump to national security adviser John Bolton and conservative pundits like Sean Hannity.

As a new week begins, comedian-turned-political cartoonist Jim Carrey is switching up his focus. Instead of the oval office, his latest artwork features a WWE match between Fox News pundit Sean Hannity and InfoWars host Alex Jones.

Carrey is of the belief that we'd all be better off if pundits put on wrestling briefs and hashed out their differences on WWE Raw than on the news.

"If you believe wrestling is real, you may even believe Fox News, InfoWars and the robotic drones on Sinclair Broadcasting," he wrote in the caption. "But wrestling doesn’t harm viewers. Performers like Sean Hannity and Alex Jones should join the WWE where their hyperbole will do less damage to the culture."

The WWE-themed illustration featured a Monday post featuring new national security adviser John Bolton composing his to-do list. On his agenda: "Get coffee, work out, declare war on Iran and kick the dog."

We're just glad Carrey is giving our eyes a rest after his last couple of Trump portraits, which featured a nearly naked POTUS in You Scream, I Scream, Will We Ever Stop Screaming? and Fifty Shades of Decay, in which he is seen engaging in an affair

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