Jim Carrey Drops New Cartoon Depicting Donald Trump As Immigrant-Baby-Eating Monster

Actor and comedian Jim Carrey released a new critical cartoon of President Donald Trump and his administration's policy of separating children from their parents at the U.S. border. Carrey has dedicated several of his politically charged works of art to family separation, including one of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

The latest drawing features Trump with monster-like teeth as he appears ready to bite down on a child's leg in a mock book cover for Trump the Art of the Meal.

Carrey posted his latest creation Tuesday as the president doubled down on his administration's policy of separating immigrant families at the southern border and blamed Democrats for the policy. The actor riffed on Trump's latest comments for the cartoon's caption.

"If the Democrats would just stop the Mueller investigation, build a wall, declare me a God and pass a special law allowing me to marry my hot daughter I wouldn't have to devour these immigrant babies. It's terrible what they're doing. Obstructionists!" he wrote.

Carrey previously shared his feelings about Trump's controversial immigration policy. On Father's Day, he posted an eerie drawing of White House senior adviser Stephen Miller.

"Sanctioned, embraced, normalized by POTUS, evil is pushing the boundaries. Sociopaths have risen to the top," Carrey tweeted Sunday. "This Father's Day we'll abduct children from their families at our border because the GOP has no bottom and Stephen Miller wasn't what his Father wanted."

In a painting posted earlier in June, Carrey depicted Sessions in a Walmart converted into a detention center for young immigrant children. Toddlers and babies are seen in cages crying as Sessions stares intently ahead.

In a series of tweets Monday, Trump ramped up his anti-immigration rhetoric and accusations against Democrats for the current crisis. The president likened migrants to pests, saying they "pour into and infest our Country".

According to CNN, during remarks at a hotel, Trump said he did not have a choice when it came to separating children from their parents at the border.

"When you prosecute the parents for coming in illegally, which should happen, you have to take the children away," he said. "Now, we don't have to prosecute them, but then we're not prosecuting them for coming in illegally. That's not good."

In this handout photo provided by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Border Patrol agents conduct intake of illegal border crossers at the Central Processing Center on June 17 in McAllen, Texas. U.S. Customs and Border Protection via Getty Images
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