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Jim Carrey Depicts Alabama Governor Being Aborted in Sick Illustration

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Last week, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey signed the “Alabama Human Life Protection Act,” which bans abortion in her state — even in cases of rape and incest.

This weekend, Jim Carrey expressed his disdain for the Alabama abortion ban by illustrating the gruesome abortion process being performed on Ivey.

“I think If you’re going to terminate a pregnancy, it should be done sometime before the fetus becomes Governor of Alabama,” Carrey tweeted.

As seen above, the unsightly illustration shows someone’s hand holding what looks to be a high powered suction tube clearly sucking up the brain matter of Ivey while she floats in the womb of her mother.

Carrey’s depiction is actually quite accurate and it can make you wonder — if someone knows this process is that awful, why would they condone the process being done? 

Conservatives on Twitter called out Carrey’s actions, noting that in his attempt to belittle and demean the governor, he made an excellent case for the pro-life cause.

You know, Carrey did a bunch of good movies in the past and appeared to be an alright guy but as he continues his “cartoonist” endeavors he’s revealing more and more just how twisted his mind is. 

(Cover Photo: Flickr - Bigotes de Gato)

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