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Jim Carrey Says Trump Is ‘Melanoma’ & Republicans Are Rapists Who Should Be Removed

He wouldn’t say it if he wasn’t serious.

John Salvatore

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Jim Carrey seems determined to say silly things about President Trump, Republicans, and America on almost a daily basis.

His latest effort involves comparing Trump and Republicans to rapists and cancer.

Check this out…

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Actor Jim Carrey doubled down on his criticism of President Donald Trump on a panel at Vulture Fest Sunday, describing Trump as a “melanoma” and accusing Republicans of “raping” America’s system of government.

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Carrey: “These are not people you can deal with. You cannot be bipartisan with a criminal. A rapist needs to be removed, not negotiated with. These people are raping our system, they’re destroying it right in front of us.

Carrey: “These people have to be removed from our system because they’re bad for us. Trump is a melanoma, and anybody that covers for him, including Sarah Sanders, is putting makeup on it. It shows that there’s a deeper problem in this country, and that problem is greed.

Meanwhile, Trump has done something in less than two years that no president has done.

That’s saying something.

And it’s kind of a big deal.

Here’s the scoop, per Newsmax:

As much as President Donald Trump has ridiculed media as “the enemy of the people,” rebuking “fake news,” here is some real news from Newsweek showing he is a friend of the media: President Trump “is taking more questions than any president in history.”

Newsweek’s claim attributes the media blitz to the lack of daily press briefings by press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and cites ABC News’ report President Trump “has taken nearly 300 questions from reporters in the past 11-day span alone.”

Trump knows he’s the star of the show.

He brings ratings.

More:

In one recent interview, the president said this blitz is really all about the midterm elections.

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Some of these media engagements have been extensive – including a 43-minute interview with Fox & Friends and a sit-down interview with 60 minutes. At an impromptu interview with Olivia Nuzzi of New York Magazine, the president also brought in chief of staff, the vice president and the secretary of state.

Carrey sent a tweet featuring one of his paintings showing support for Texas Democrat Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke.

It was meant to disparage Sen. Ted Cruz.

Carrey failed in his attempt and Cruz fired back with the kill shot.

Enter Jim:

Cruz’s response:

Carrey appeared on HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher” and told America to embrace socialism.

We have to say yes to socialism, to the word and everything. We have to stop apologizing.”

Of course, Carrey has no clue what goes on in socialist countries. If he did, he wouldn’t have said what he said.

A Venezuelan reporter set the comedian straight about the effects of socialism on a nation’s people – and he didn’t hold back.

From Fox News:

In an article published in the Venezuelan outlet Runrunes, columnist Laureano Márquez argued that socialism is the root cause of the country’s current state of crisis.

“Dear Jim, I admire you a lot, but sometimes it seems that the inability of Hollywood stars to understand politics is directly proportional to their talent.”

“I read that…you said: ‘We have to say yes to socialism, to the word [‘socialism’] and to everything.’ Perhaps for you, as for all humanity, the word ‘socialism’ sounds beautiful.”

[In] Venezuela, what we find is just that our regime is not – for God’s sake – the antithesis of selfishness. In Venezuela, dear Jim, from what I have just told you, there is no equitable distribution of wealth; wealth is concentrated, as rarely before in our history, in very few hands.

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Former GOP Presidential Candidate Herman Cain Slams Bernie Sanders; Says ‘Democratic Socialism Doesn’t Exist’

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Conservative pundit and former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain recently went after Sen. Bernie Sanders, the current top contender for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination, stating that Sanders’ version of “Democratic socialism” does not exist. Sanders has had a bit of a rough week after making some rather controversial statements praising some of the “good” done by communist dictator Fidel Castro during his time in Cuba, comments he later doubled down on instead of backing away from. Here’s more on this from The Washington Examiner: “Bernie Sanders would have you believe that he is not like the socialists who have ruined Venezuela, Nicaragua, Cuba and — going back a few years — all of Eastern Europe,” Cain wrote in an opinion article in the Western Journal. “Oh sure, he agrees with many of their economic ideas, but don’t worry. He’s a democratic socialist, and that’s different.” Cain then said, “Democratic socialism doesn’t exist. That’s because it can’t exist, because socialism can’t take hold in a truly democratic system.” “In order for socialism to ‘work,’ the state has to take control of major industries like health care, energy and manufacturing,” he wrote. “It has to confiscate massive amounts of private wealth. It has to control the means of production and distribution. It has to control wages and prices. It has to monopolize things like higher education.” Sanders has been riding high off victories in New Hampshire and Nevada and has stated that he believes Democratic socialism will lead to political and economic freedom for people in every community. The Vermont senator has accused President Trump and others on the right side of the political spectrum of fear mongering concerning his socialist views and policies, particularly when it comes to the issues of healthcare, the economy, and climate change. The fact that…

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