Jim Carrey Says Mitch McConnell Worse than Bin Laden, Compares Gun Crime to 9/11
Far-left actor says Osama bin Laden 'doesn't hold a candle' to Senate majority leader
In perhaps his most offensive remarks to date, far-left Canadian actor Jim Carrey has attacked Mitch McConnell, accusing the Republican Senate majority leader of being worse than Osama bin Laden.
In a Wednesday tweet, Carrey stated that bin Laden “doesn’t hold a candle to” McConnell while comparing gun crime in the US to the September 11, 2001, attacks.
Referring to the 9/11 attacks that killed about 3,000 people, Carrey posted that “what Osama Bin Laden did to us was terrible.”
The actor-come-liberal activist/artist went on to suggest that McConnell is worse than 9/11 architect bin Laden because more than 10,000 Americans have been killed by guns so far this year and "only" 3,000 innocent lives were lost during the worst terror attacks in American history.
Carrey claims that because he hasn’t brought any gun control legislation to the floor, McConnell's actions are worse than those of the man who masterminded the 9/11 attacks.
Mr. Carrey tweeted the accusation with a copy of his "artwork" - a drawing of a $100 bill being dipped in blood.
10,000 gun deaths in 2019 and the year is far from over. What Osama bin Laden did to us was terrible but he doesn’t hold a candle to Mitch McConnell. pic.twitter.com/o68JXxWlUX— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) September 4, 2019
The comedian also frequently posts anti-Trump paintings.
During the event, the liberal actor called the president a "rapist" and likened him to "melanoma" during his latest anti-American rant.
Carrey went on to describe Trump as cancer that former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was covering it with “makeup.”
The Canadian multi-millionaire also accused Republicans of being “criminal” and said the GOP is “raping our system” and “destroying” America.
"You cannot be bipartisan with a criminal," Carrey declared, speaking about the president.
"A rapist needs to be removed, not negotiated with,” he continued.
“These people are raping our system, they’re destroying it right in front of us.”
Carrey’s most recent work came after a series of mass shootings that killed dozens of people.
McConnell said Tuesday he would bring a gun bill to the floor if President Trump supported it and it could realistically become a law.