Jon Cryer has never shied away from sharing his political opinion, and it appears his latest comment resulted in a Twitter feud with Florida Republican Matt Gaetz.

The drama started on Saturday when Cryer shared a tweet revealing that he donated to the campaign of Gaetz’s opponent, Phil Ehr. However, his tweet also contained a comment that alluded to Gaetz inviting a racist to the State of the Union.

“Rep. @mattgaetz invited a white supremacist to the State of the Union, attempted to intimidate a federal witness, and endorsed a sociopathic bigot who applauded the deaths of migrants for congress. I just donated to his opponent @PhilEhr,” Cryer wrote.

The congressman replied later that night by taking a jab at the actor’s former show, “Two and a Half  Men.”

Charlie Sheen totally carried ‘Two and a Half Men,’” Gaetz wrote.

However, Cryer reminded the politician that the show continued without Sheen for several seasons before it ended. “Is that why, after he left, it lasted for 4 more years and I won an Emmy for Best Actor in a Comedy?” Cryer wrote in response to Gaetz’s comment,

By Sunday Gaetz and Sheen’s names were trending on Twitter from fans calling out the Florida Rep. for trying to insult Cryer.

“Charlie Sheen didn’t carry Two and a Half Men but I hear it takes two and a half men to carry Matt Gaetz after a night out,” one person tweeted

Another fan added, “I love Jon Cryer so much. The way he’s clocking that racist clown just makes me smile.”

Meanwhile, one person noted that Gaetz never refuted any of Cryer's points. “Best part about this is Gaetz doesn’t even try to refute anything Jon Cryer said, because he can't, because it’s all true,”  the individual tweeted.

Sheen later added that his tweet wasn't "a slam" on his one-time co-star. "He was undeniably the star of the show. And a fantastic actor. Despite his issues, we had many more highs than lows," Cryer added. "But you can’t say he 'carried' a show that lasted four years without him."

Cryer and Sheen starred on “Two and a Half  Men” from Season 1 through Season 8 as brothers Alan and Charlie. After Sheen left the show, Ashton Kutcher joined the series in Season 9 as Walden, Alan’s best friend. The show came to an end in Season 12.

Jon Cryer poses for photographers with his commemorative plaque during a ceremony honoring him with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles Jon Cryer poses for photographers with his commemorative plaque during a ceremony honoring him with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles September 19, 2011. Photo: Reuters