Mark Hamill slams Ted Cruz for porn in net neutrality fight

The conversation took a turn for the XXX-wing.

“Star Wars” actor Mark Hamill traded blows with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz over net neutrality, making sure to reference the Republican’s porn-tweeting scandal.

The man often known as Luke Skywalker criticized FCC Chairman Ajit Pai as “profoundly unworthy” of using a lightsaber, which prompted Cruz to chime in Sunday and claim that government regulation of internet service providers would be the “dark side.”

Hamill told the senator that he had mistakenly replied to someone named “Hammill” and used the opportunity to bring up another instance of someone playing with his own lightsaber not such as long, long time ago.

“Thanks for smarm-spaining it to me @tedcruz I know politics can be confusing, but you'd have more credibility if you spelled my name correctly. I mean IT'S RIGHT THERE IN FRONT OF YOU! Maybe you're just distracted from watching porn at the office again,” he said.

The jab resurfaced the fact that Cruz’s Twitter account “liked” a video called “Moms Bang Teens 20” in September, though he said that a staffer was responsible and had been reprimanded accordingly.

“Respond not with facts, but with anger. Who was it that said, ‘Fear is the path to the dark side…fear leads to anger…anger leads to hate’?” Cruz responded, also apologizing for misspelling Hamill’s name and said that FCC regulation of the internet was “really bad for freedom.”

The repeal of the net neutrality rules instituted in 2015 have led many to believe that internet service providers will begin creating tiers of the internet for different sites depending on how much they can pay.