Jim Carrey takes on Covington Catholic students in new artwork

Jim Carrey is expressing his disdain with the MAGA-hat sporting students of Covington Catholic High School with yet another work of politically-charged art.

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The piece, signed by the 57-year-old actor in the lower right corner, depicts Native American elder Nathan Phillips playing his drum while white students, three of four of whom are wearing red MAGA-style hats that read "hate again," look on as they variously smile smugly, stick out their tongues, record with a phone in an American flag case and sneer at Phillips.

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Carrey captioned the piece, "Baby snakes."

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The students have come under fire since their confrontation with Phillips, which was captured in a series of several videos that each depict different versions of the complicated timeline of events.

Initial footage showed Covington students, notably junior Nick Sandmann, appearing to harass Phillips.

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Subsequent video footage released over the weekend revealed the students were accosted and yelled at before Phillips and other Native American activists approached them. Another group – the so-called Black Hebrew Israelites – were heard shouting abuse at the students for wearing "Make America Great Again" hats.

The students were in Washington for a March for Life rally.