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Comedians often play the role of political provocateur, but usually that’s part of their schtick. Jim Carrey, who built his fame on family-friendly comedies such as Ace Ventura, Pet Detective and Dumb and Dumber, isn’t using his humor to make political points. Instead he is using his art. He has spent the past few years focusing on his artwork and a few months ago started posting his paintings to Twitter, where they have generally received mixed reviews. But all that changed with a portrait of a scowling woman put up on Saturday, and although Carrey didn't directly identify the subject, many media outlets said it looks like White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Carrey called the subject "a so-called Christian whose only purpose in life is to lie for the wicked," a description Social says went too far: The reaction on Twitter was 71 percent negative. But Carrey, who in the past has expressed opposition to everything President Donald Trump stands for, isn’t just using his brush against the Administration. On Tuesday he published a portrait of Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, captioned, "They trust me, dumb f***s!"