The nation is PISSED and Hollywood actors used their platform at the Screen Actors Guild Awards Sunday night to voice their opinions on President Donald Trump's immigration ban that went into effect over the weekend.

Ashton Kutcher opened the show by welcoming the audience "... and everyone in airports that belong in my America! You are part of the fabric of who we are, and we welcome you and we love you." Kutcher's wife Mila Kunis came to the United States from the Soviet Ukraine in 1991 on a refugee visa, in fact.

Actor William H. Macy said of his Shameless character: "[I'd like to] thank President Trump for making Frank Gallagher seem so normal." And Julia Louis-Dreyfus said of her win for best actress in a comedy series for Veep that whether the Russians "did or did not hack" this awards show, "this award is legitimate and I won. I'm the winner, the winner is me. Landslide!" She went on to say, "My father fled religious persecution in Nazi-occupied France. I am American patriot. I love this country and because I love this country, I am horrified by its blemishes. And this immigrant ban is a blemish and it is un-American."

Moonlight star, Mahershala Ali, told the crowd in his acceptance speech for best male actor in a support role, "... when we get caught up in the minutiae and the details that make us all different, I think there's two ways of seeing that. There's the opportunity to see the texture of that person, the characteristics that make them unique, and then there's an opportunity to go to war about it and say that this person is different from me, I don't like you, let's battle."

Some actors even carried protest signs on the red carpet. Get ready, folks ... this battle is just beginning and Hollywood isn't the only battleground, by far.