Following the fallout from the Roseanne controversy, other celebrities are facing criticism for their controversial words. After comedian Samantha Bee came under fire due to her remarks about Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr. decided to hit back on social media.

Don Jr. on Samantha Bee

Just days after the season finale of "Roseanne" aired on ABC, star and series creator Roseanne Barr took to Twitter and found herself in hot water.

While Roseanne has been criticized for her political views in the past, most notably her defense of Donald Trump, the Emmy-winning actress crossed the line when she referred to African-American former Obama-staffer Valerie Jarrett as an "ape." After viral backlash across social media, ABC decided to cancel "Roseanne," creating yet another rift between the political left and right. Fast forward to present day and comedian Samantha Bee is now dealing with criticism from conservatives for referring to Ivanka Trump as a "feckless c**t" on her TV program "Full Frontal."

In an attempt to balance the scale, the conservative media and many Republicans called Samantha Bee out and asked why she didn't face the same fate as Roseanne.

Donald Trump ripped into Bee on Twitter, which was followed by Donald Trump Jr. doing the same in a pair of tweets on May 31. After GOP Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel referred to Bee's remarks as "disgusting" while citing a "double standard," Donald Jr. replied, "They won’t do a damn thing about it. There is only outrage for everything anyone on the right does."

In a follow-up tweet, Donald Trump Jr.

doubled down on his anger. "Good thing there’s no double standard. Imagine someone...anyone...said this about Michelle Obama or the Obama girls?" he wrote, while asking, "You think they’d still have a TV show?"

Twitter reacts

Following Donald Trump Jr's tweets, critics on social media wasted no time firing back. "If the Obama girls also worked for the president, the comparison might make sense.

But your sister is an employee of the federal government. She gets no cover for being the president's daughter," one tweet read.

"You wouldn't know what a double standard is, as it involves being able to count to 2," a Twitter user wrote.

"When you're part of the government - even if 'unpaid' - you're fair game for criticism," an additional tweet added.

"Obama’s kids weren’t part of his cabinet or involved in public corruption, but people still called them horrible things with no penalty," a social media user pointed out.

"I don’t remember the Obama girls holding a Senior Advisor role in their father’s administration or demeaning the entire Intel Community by being given security clearance," a follow-up tweet read. The negative reaction continued as the gap between liberals and conservatives continues to widen.