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Actor Jim Carrey announced his departure from Twitter this Tuesday in a truly perplexing tweet sure to impress only the wokest of the woke.

“I’m leaving Twitter, but 1st here’s a cartoon I made with my friend Jimmy Hayward. It’s based on my painting of a crazy old Lighthouse Keeper, standing naked in a storm, summoning the angels and shining his lamp to guide us through a treacherous night. I love you all so much! ;^j” Carrey tweeted.

This is not the first time Carrey has expressed dissatisfaction with Twitter and its owner Elon Musk. Earlier in November, Carrey tweeted, “Capt Smirk fired 1/2 his crew. He’s banning comics: shadow banning unverified users, boldly going where no unbridled ego has gone before. Says, ‘$8/mo is the price of a latte.’ True. It’s also cheaper than a T-shirt saying ‘Rob me. I’m a gullible [expletive]!’ BTW Mars mission? FAKE NEWS”

Carrey joins a growing number of high-profile celebrities who have left Twitter recently. Earlier this month, Whoopi Goldberg, the ultra-liberal host of “The View” left Twitter with an incredibly bizarre rant on national Television. As the DC Enquirer reports, Whoopi said the following on air in the weeks following Musk’s Twitter takeover.


““So has been a little over a week since Elon Musk took over Twitter and the place — it is a mess ….I’m getting off, I’m getting off today because I just feel like it’s so messy, and I’m tired of now having had certain kinds of attitudes blocked, and now they are back on. So I’m gonna get out, and if it settles down enough and I feel more comfortable maybe I’ll come back. But as of tonight, I’m done with Twitter.”

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While we would like Musk’s Twitter to grow, we understand why these celebrities might wish to leave the platform. The last thing celebrities like Whoopi Goldberg and Jim Carrey want to do is confront Conservative ideas. They would rather sit in an echo chamber. Fortunately for America, with Elon Musk at the helm, Twitter is sure to be anything but that.