Ever since the repeal of net neutrality last week, conservatives have celebrated the decision. One name that has been extra celebratory has been Texas Sen. Ted Cruz who has been expressing his joy on social media, but might have picked on the wrong celebrity during his latest tweet.

Hamill on Cruz

In 2015, then President Barack Obama put net neutrality in place to help prevent an open internet from being overrun by corporations. The rules were designed to prevent corporations and cable outlets from slowing down and restricting access to certain websites based on payment and service.

On Friday in a 3-2 vote, net neutrality was officially repealed despite massive backlash, mostly from those on the liberal side of the political spectrum. In response to the news and the outrage from many on the left, Republicans and the right-wing media attempted to mock their political opponents, which resulted in Ted Cruz using Twitter like he was Donald Trump. On Sunday morning, Cruz called out "Star Wars" actor Mark Hamill over his frustration with the ruling, which didn't go over well with the man who plays Luke Skywalker, during a Twitter response on December 17.

After Mark Hamill made it clear that he wasn't happy with the results of the net neutrality repeal, Ted Cruz attempted to poke fun at the actor while using references to "Star Wars." "Luke, I know Hollywood can be confusing, but it was Vader who supported govt power over everything said & done on the Internet," Cruz tweeted, before later adding, "Reject the dark side: Free the net!"

Less than an hour later and Mark Hamill decided to respond by taking a shot at Ted Cruz for his Twitter account accidentally "liking" a po*n tweet earlier this year.

"Thanks for smarm-spaining it to me Ted Cruz," Hamill tweeted. "I know politics can be confusing, but you'd have more credibility if you spelled my name correctly," he continued. "Maybe you're just distracted from watching po*n at the office again," Hamill concluded. This isn't the first time Hamill has been outspoken about politics, as he's been known to record himself using his "Joker" voice to read off controversial Donald Trump tweets in the past.

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While Mark Hamill continues to troll Ted Cruz while celebrating "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" bringing in over $200 million in its opening weekend, many questions remain about the future of net neutrality. Many big corporations, like Comcast, claim they will not abuse their new privilege, but only time will tell how it all plays out.