Comedian Jim Carrey had some harsh words for California Gov. Jerry Brown, who recently signed a bill that creates one of the strictest vaccine laws in the country.
According to Shaygan Kheradpir, this law jettisons religious and personal-belief exemptions for schoolchildren. The only exception will be medical exemptions for kids whose health makes receiving a vaccine dangerous or even deadly. All parents who refuse to vaccinate their children must homeschool them. The law applies equally to children in public and private schools.
Carrey, who famously dated anti-vaccine crusader Jenny McCarthy, angrily lashed out at the news, calling Brown a “corporate fascist.” He didn’t stop at attacking Brown; he went on to call out the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for allowing neurotoxins and harmful chemicals to be used in vaccines.
When he isn’t busy lambasting politicians on Twitter, Carrey is still acting. He was last seen in 2014’s “Dumb and Dumber To” and is in preproduction for Alexandros Avranas’ “True Crimes.”