May 4 was adopted by "Star Wars" fans as a day to celebrate the franchise and chosen for its pun on the catchphrase "May the Force be with you."
Enrique Tarrio, chairman of the far-right organization, posted a fake set of toy Trump-supporters occupying the Capitol building on the social media site Parler.
Anthony Daniels (C-3PO), Kelly Marie Tran (Rose Tico) and Billy Dee Williams (Lando Calrissian) are among the "Star Wars" vets reprising their roles in the upcoming holiday program.
"Please tell me this is a joke... right? You guys remember the last time Star Wars did a holiday special right??" one fan Tweeted.
Speaking on the topic of cancel culture, McEnany said that "Paw Patrol" was cancelled and Lego City Police sales were stopped, despite the former still airing and the latter still being available for purchase.
The set has more than 2,600 pieces and will be released on August 1.
"We will work to collaborate with our partners and take whatever steps are necessary to create a more trusted digital world for people today and future generations," the company said.
From collectible figures and artwork to Legoand apparel–and more importantly, Baby Yoda merch–this is where to get deals on 'Star Wars' Day.
Researchers compared LEGO bricks that have washed up to pristine sets from the 1970s and 1980s to calculate their lifespan.
Time to celebrate our favorite mustachioed hero from the Mushroom Kingdom.
One of the largest "Star Wars" Lego sets ever released comes out October 1, when it will be available for $699.99.
A display at a New York Legoland includes floats, rainbow flags and a giant billboard that reads "Stonewall 50."
Make sure you're up early so you can watch the reveal of "Overwatch's" newest animated short.
Distressing scenes from the 15-rated horror film "Insidious: The Last Key" appeared in adverts before YouTube videos for child-friendly brands including Lego and Frozen.
Amazing Lego sculptures of Batman, Superman and other DC Comics Characters made of over two million bricks
They built a case... brick by brick.
Lego unveils a model of the city's landmarks ahead of the 2016 Olympics.
The Danish company sold 25 percent more toys in 2015 than in the year before.