Earlier this week, Republicans in the House of Representatives voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. As Donald Trump and company celebrate, millions of Americans are not pleased, including actor George Takei.

Takei on Trump

Repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act has been the number one goal of the Republican Party ever since former President Barack Obama signed the bill into law back in January 2009. For the better part of eight years, congressional Republicans have done everything in their power to eliminate Obamacare as the law of the land, including voting to repeal the bill over 60 times during Obama's time in office.

Throughout the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump vowed to get rid of Obamacare as soon as possible. Trump and the GOP failed to get on the same page earlier this year on the issue of health care, with the House Freedom Caucus refusing to support the bill. However, earlier this week the Republicans passed "Trumpcare" through the House resulting in massive backlash from Democrats and liberals. As seen on his Twitter account on May 6, George Takei decided to sound off on the issue.

Taking to his personal Twitter feed on Saturday, George Takei decided to send out several tweets targeting Donald Trump.

"It feels like the world now treats us like Trump is a pre-existing condition," Takei tweeted out.

While re-tweeting a comment from Democratic Rep.

John Lewis, George Takei added a message of his own. "Many of our reps in Washington are standing up against this immoral healthcare bill," Takei wrote, before adding, "The resistance will be tweeted." Takei then shared an article about Bernie Sanders' recent criticisms of Donald Trump, while noting, "Yup, that pretty much sums it up!" before using the hashtag "FellTheBern." Takei has taken an active roll on social media, amping up his attacks on the president and the GOP since the start of the election.

While Trump and Hollywood haven't been on the same page, Takei continues to be one of the most vocal opponents of the president.

Moving forward

As Republicans look to move forward in replacing Obamacare with an alternative of their own, Donald Trump and the GOP are facing increased backlash as critics continue to point to the question marks surrounding the bill in question. The billionaire real estate mogul has shown increased frustration over the issue, lashing out on Twitter, while Americans have fired back to his social media messages on a routine basis.