The reaction from Hollywood and the media to allegations of sexual harassment against film producer Harvey Weinstein has sparked online debate over hypocrisy and bias.
Conservative commentators and media outlets have criticised the "mainstream media" for a perceived lack of condemnation of Mr Weinstein.
The film producer is a major backer of Democrat candidates, and some conservative social media users have suggested this has insulated him from criticism.
Where's the outcry from the Democrats oh there is none because Weinstein donates Millions to them— Lloyd (@buffSoldier73) October 9, 2017
Donald Trump Jr called out the late night chat show host Jimmy Kimmel for not commenting on the allegations against Weinstein.
Kimmel responded by joking about President Trump's derision of the New York Times, who published the allegations against Weinstein.
You mean that big story from the failing, liberal, one-sided @nytimes? I think it is disgusting.— Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) October 7, 2017
The president's son countered by suggesting that the comedian cover the Harvey Weinstein story in his opening monologue.
Great I look forward to your monologues next week. You're probably due for a change if only for a moment or two. https://t.co/hoEbRApHeT— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) October 7, 2017
Mr Kimmel took the opportunity to post a link to recordings of Donald Trump making obscene comments about women in 2005.
great - in the meantime, enjoy this! https://t.co/kQsBAioFwh— Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) October 7, 2017
Many people online also have pointed to the lack of public statements from "liberal Hollywood" denouncing Mr Weinstein's behaviour.
Oscar-winning actress Meryl Streep, who in 2012 referred to Mr Weinstein as "god", become the target of criticism after the allegations were published.
Referencing her 2017 Golden Globe speech in which the actress strongly criticised the then President-elect Donald Trump, Twitter users called for a similar speech from the actress.
Ms Streep has since released a statement denouncing Mr Weinstein's behaviour as "disgraceful".
Other actresses including Amber Tamblyn called on social media users to stop shaming actresses and holding them accountable for Mr Weinstein's actions.
Morning! Please stop holding actresses and women accountable for these silences and shaming them for not coming forward immediately. Stop.— Amber Tamblyn (@ambertamblyn) October 7, 2017
Continuing the long-running debate surrounding the fairness of the coverage, some social media users are highlighting the allegations against Mr Weinstein as proof of double standards in the media.
The liberal hypocrisy over Harvey Weinstein isn’t surprising at all.— Spen (@JamsPresence) October 9, 2017
Twitter users are questioning the amount of "outrage" shown over Vice President Mike Pence's leaving an NFL game after players knelt in protest against police brutality during the national anthem.
More media outrage & Democrat outrage over Mike Pence leaving game after national anthem protests than there is over Harvey Weinstein. 🤔— Real Jack (@RealJack) October 8, 2017