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VIDEO: Jim Carrey Lies About Christianity, Said Jesus Christ Is A Fake Chemical Reaction



Actor Jim Carrey has taken on a new career as a painter, drawing crude artworks about members of President Donald Trump’s team and his supporters. Carrey’s unhinged paintings actually threaten innocent people — Kaitlin Bennett, the Kent State University pro-gun activist was targeted by Carrey, who said that the devil would eat her for lunch.

Carrey’s paintings accuse Sarah Sanders of lying for the wicked, and President Trump of being a Roman executioner of Jesus.

Now we know — courtesy of video evidence — that when Jim Carrey cites Christian imagery to attack Trump, it is all lies. Jim Carrey is on record using an age-old anti-religious talking point to explain the “Jesus Christ” chemical phenomenon. Jim Carrey is very animated about his anti-Christian agenda, as the video clip below reveals. There are numerous other videos of Carrey disseminating New Age anti-religious propaganda.

This is from Carrey’s appearance on “Norm MacDonald Live” in which he denied the reality of Jesus Christ, inspiring atheists and Satanists everywhere.

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Here is Carrey mocking Internet researchers for their work exposing his crazy beliefs.

Here is one of Carrey’s harassing paintings aimed at Kaitlin Bennett.

Jim Carrey’s recent girlfriend committed suicide, for which Carrey was sued for wrongful death by the girl’s mother. Here is an excerpt from People magazine:

“Jim Carrey is dropping a request that his late girlfriend’s mother, who is suing him for wrongful death, pay him $372,000 should he win the case.

The motion to drop the undertaking, obtained by PEOPLE, was filed by Carrey’s attorneys earlier in the week. Brigid Sweetman filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Carrey in October after her daughter Cathriona White, who had been dating Carrey on and off for years, died by suicide in 2015. She claims the actor provided her daughter with the prescription drugs that caused her death.

In addition to Sweetman, White’s estranged husband Mark Burton is also suing the actor. Sweetman and Burton separately claim that Carrey obtained the drugs that killed White under the false name “Arthur King” and provided them to her, despite knowing she was prone to depression and had previously attempted suicide. Furthermore, Sweetman alleges that Carrey gave White “three STDs without warning her.”….

Read Jim Carrey’s late girlfriend’s horrifying letter to him, in which she revealed the extent of his apparent madness. Remember her name Cathriona White, because she is now dead and no longer able to speak for herself in this world. She wrote:

“I am 27 years old and all that was left of me was a shell and a damaged one at that. Picking myself back up emotionally and mentally is one thing, people have bad experience and break-ups, it’s hard but with time they move on, meet someone new, start over. Add in disease. How does someone move on and meet someone new?
“I am damaged. I am discusting (sic) When I shower I feel sick. Getting turned on…what’s that? Certainly not something that happens (to) me any more. I will always be damaged goods and have a stigma attached. So I have to accept something I was always afraid of. Being alone. Being abandoned and alone.”


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Muslim Inmate Sues Because He Got Hungry During His Ramadan Fast



During the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, Muslim inmates in North Carolina are given an opportunity to fast. One Muslim inmate at the Mecklenburg County Jail in North Carolina is suing after he requested the fast, and then became hungry from fasting.

Travaile Speller has sued the jail, claiming that the jail discriminated against his religious practice by giving him two, instead of three meals a day during Ramadan.

“That is clearly depriving me of necessary calories, as well as the recommend(ed) daily volume of nutrients that my body requires to function normally,” Speller wrote in his hand-written complaint. “They are intentionally eliminating one whole meal (lunch) which is cruel and unusual punishment directed towards all Muslims,” the inmate argued.

During Ramadan, which took place between May 15 and June 15 this year, practicing Muslims are only allowed to eat two meals a day before dawn (suhoor) and after sunset (iftar). During the daytime, Muslims who celebrate Ramadan must refrain from eating, drinking, and having sex for an entire month.

The inmate’s lawsuit is so outrageous, it prompted a response from Jibril Hough, a spokesman for the Islamic center of Charlotte. “”They withheld his lunch during Ramadan? They were supposed to withhold it during Ramadan. The jail was doing him a favor and actually respecting his faith,” Hough said.

During Ramadan, Speller received two meals each day, as he requested in an official jail form in which he indicated that he would like to observe the Ramadan fast. On the form, Muslim inmates are told exactly how the Ramadan fast works and when they will receive their meals if they decide to fast.

Speller filed his lawsuit after Ramadan, arguing, “My meals should not be diminished based on my religion, or because of my observance of my religious holiday.”

Speller’s lawsuit is calling for a jury trial, and $250,000 in damages, despite the fact that the jail itself was more compliant with the Ramadan fast than the Muslim inmate who claimed he wanted to observe the holiday himself.

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