Last weekend was the 74th Golden Globes. The highlight of the night came when award-winning actress Meryl Streep used her acceptance speech to criticize Donald Trump, which didn't go over well with the president-elect.

Hamill trolls Trump

No one saw it coming, but Meryl Streep spoke calmly as she picked apart Donald Trump and what his election means for the future of the United States. As expected, critics of Trump praised Streep, but those who support the billionaire real estate went after the actress. The following morning, Trump lashed out on Twitter, ranting that Streep was "one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood" who was nothing more than a "Hillary flunky." Trump was also triggered by the fact that Streep referenced when the president-elect appeared to mock a disabled reporter during his campaign, something he continues to deny.

In response, actor Mark Hamill trolled Trump by reading the Streep insult in his "Joker" voice, as reported on January 14.

Mark Hamill is well known for playing Luke Skywalker in the "Star Wars" films, but for comic book fans, he is also known as the voice of "The Joker" in "Batman: The Animated Series." As he has done in the past, Hamill sent out an audio clip, where he uses the voice of Batman's most famous enemy to depict Trump's tweet, this time focusing on his attack on Meryl Streep. The reaction following the Hamill audio joke came in typical partisan fashion. While liberals found the clip humorous, conservatives and Trump supporters appeared to write it off as another "Hollywood" attack on the former host of "The Apprentice."

Moving forward

Despite the growing backlash against him, Donald Trump is just a week away from heading to Washington, D.C.

and being sworn in as the next President of the United States. The opposition to Trump has become so heated that over 100,000 protesters are expected to be in and around the nation's capital to voice their opposition to the incoming administration. While Mark Hamill might be the voice of "The Joker," to those who are against Trump, next week will be no laughing matter.