Daisy Ridley is clapping back at Texas Senator Ted Cruz after seemingly dissed the actress while defending Gina Carano, who was fired from the Disney+ show, “The Mandalorian.”

Carano was lost her role on the series following controversial media posts, including comparing criticism against conservatives to being as bad as living in Nazi Germany.

Cruz initially shared the post to Twitter on Feb. 11. “Texan Gina Carano broke barriers in the Star Wars universe: not a princess, not a victim, not some emotionally tortured Jedi,” Cruz tweeted.

The senator went on to claim Carano was a role model and played a fierce character in the series. “She was instrumental in making ‘Star Wars’ fun again. Of course, Disney canceled her,” he added.

Cruz’s social media post was shared before he claimed he flew to Cancun to accompany his daughters while millions of residents across the state were left without power following a winter storm.

Ridley didn’t know about Cruz’s tweet until Tuesday during an interview with Yahoo Entertainment. However, once she learned about Cruz’s comment, the “Star Wars” actress referenced his controversial getaway and fire back at the politician.

“I am very happy to be an emotionally tortured Jedi… who doesn’t leave their state when it’s having a terrible time,” she said.

After receiving a wave of backlash over his trip, Cruz eventually admitted leaving Texas amid the massive power outages was a bad idea. “In hindsight, I wouldn’t have done it,” he told reporters.

“I was trying to be a dad and all of us have made decisions when you have two girls who have been cold for two days and haven’t had heat or power, and they’re saying, ‘Hey look, we don’t have school, let’s get out of here.’” 

Cruz continued, “I think there are a lot of parents that would be like, ‘If I can do this, great.’ That’s what I wanted to do. As I said, really from the moment I sat on the plane, I began really second-guessing that decision.”

A brief clip from the upcoming film "Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker" appeared to show a darker version of heroine Rey (Daisy Ridley) wielding a red, double-sided lightsaber A brief clip from the upcoming film "Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker" appeared to show a darker version of heroine Rey (Daisy Ridley) wielding a red, double-sided lightsaber Photo: GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Frazer Harrison