The actor who played the legendary Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars saga, Mark Hamill, was heavily criticized for an unpleasant Tweet in reference to the grandson of President Donald Trump.

The incident occurred when the president’s daughter, Ivanka Trump posted a photo with her husband and two children on Twitter.

One of them wore the unmistakable white uniform of the imperial soldiers, so his mother wrote in the publication:

“The Force is strong in my family.”

The protagonist of the mythical Star Wars saga replied to the familiar and tweeted:

“You misspelled ‘Fraud’. GoForceYourself.”

The tweet became viral in a short time and many Twitter users reproached the artist for his attitude by claiming that a child should not be attacked for being a Star Wars fan.

 “It’s a child in a Star Wars costume, Mark,” wrote actor Chet Cannon.

“So Luke Skywalker is picking on kids now? Liberals have truly destroyed Star Wars and everything it stood for,” wrote media analyst Mark Dice.

“I can’t even begin to imagine the kind of hate and bitterness someone like Mark Hamill has to have in his heart to act like such a complete d***” another man said on Twitter.

The film industry has been very critical of President Donald Trump since his arrival at the White House, and attacks from Hollywood have been constant.

In fact, many conservative actors have said that they are marginalized by the industry for their political ideas.

Recently the social networks were on fire when the actors of the popular series “Will and Grace,” Eric McCormack and Debra Messing, asked for the names of those attending a gala fundraiser for President Donald Trump’s campaign scheduled for Sept. 17:

“So that the rest of us are clear about who we don’t want to work with,” said the actor.

This was widely criticized even among those aligned with Democrat like Whoopi Goldberg who claimed:

“The last time people did this [a blacklist], people ended up killing themselves. This is not a good idea, okay? Your idea of who you don’t want to work with is your business. Don’t encourage people to print out lists because the next list that comes out, your name will be on, and then people will be coming after you!”

John Voight, Angelina Jolie’s father and Oscar winner, said this week in reference to the Ukrainian scandal that the Democrats have launched against President Trump:

“This is a war against the highest noble man who has defended our country and made us safe and great again,” Voight said.

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