Jim Carrey has once again used his art to speak out against Donald Trump as the presidential election draws closer.
The actor, who is playing Joe Biden on Saturday Night Live, shared the brightly coloured image on Twitter to reach out to people who might be unsure who to vote for on November 3.
Adding the hashtag ‘BidenHarris’, the picture showed a hand holding a pen hovering over a ballot paper which had two options – ‘Decency’ and ‘Trump’.
The box next to ‘Decency’, highlighted in blue, had been filled in indicating the voter had decided to go against the current present.
The Ace Ventura star had written ‘Still undecided?’ in yellow, adding ‘Let me help’ underneath.
Despite previously saying he would no longer political artworks, the 58-year-old has often used his drawings to criticise President Trump, in particular his handling of the coronavirus pandemic in the US.
He made his chaotic debut as Biden, who is running against Trump this year, on the sketch show earlier this month in the Cold Open with Alec Baldwin as Trump and Maya Rudolph as Kamala Harris.
The pair repeatedly spoke over each other – much like the actual presidential debate – with Biden turning to a relaxation app (voiced by Harry Styles in a guest appearance) to calm down.
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