Director Grymov called upon to feel sorry for Jim Carrey after leaving Facebooк

MOSCOW, 7 Feb — RIA Novosti. American actor Jim Carrey, who announced his retirement from Facebooк “Russian intervention”, you need not to mock, but simply to regret, as the actors — excitable people with fine mental organization, react violently to “information confusion”, says Director Yuri Grymov.

Jim Carrey said Tuesday in his Twitter that he’s getting rid of the stock Facebook and remove your page from the popular social network due to “Russian interference” in the elections. He added a tag unfriendfacebook (“respring Facebook”) and a picture of founder Mark Zuckerberg.

I’m dumping my @facebook stock and deleting my page because @facebook profited from Russian interference in our elections and they’re still not doing enough to stop it. I encourage all other investors who care about our future to do the same. #unfriendfacebook pic.twitter.com/KHWgZzhhmp
— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) February 6, 2018
“We can laugh about it don’t need actors — people excitable, with fine mental organization… Say, tomorrow will report that the (President Donald) trump is involved in sex scandals, then there will be many women of various witnesses, the flash mobs in the network. Today, the war is in the nature of the information turmoil, it is. And Jim Carrey should just pity, I think he’s not very good going through your age,” said Grymov RIA Novosti.

Previously, Facebook came to the conclusion that “Russian actors” are behind about 80 thousands of entries in Facebook, which could read up to 126 million people in the US. How could this affect the elections, in Facebook not say.

In the U.S. Congress are independent of the investigation about the “Russian interference” in the US presidential election, which was won by Donald trump. Similar investigation is also conducted by spectracolor Robert Mueller. The American media regularly reports, citing unnamed sources on the contacts of the members of the electoral headquarters of the trump with Russian officials and businessmen.

Russia has repeatedly denied accusations of meddling in elections, press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov called them “completely unfounded”.