The controversy surrounding Donald Trump's Supreme Court judge nominee Brett Kavanaugh continues to grow.
The 53-year-old from Washington DC has been accused of sexually assaulting Christine Blasey Ford, at a high school party 30 years ago. Kavanaugh denies the allegations.
In retaliation, Trump has asked why the attack wasn't investigated when it first happened, which prompted sexual assault victims to use the hashtag #WhyIDidntReport to explain why they resisted telling anyone what happened to them.
Prior to this, a group called Concerned Women of America who were embarking on a campaign called 'Women for Kavanaugh' in August.
The group posed outside of a big red bus sporting a slogan (hmm...that sounds familiar) for a photo but it has recently gone viral for one glaring error.
Can you spot what's wrong? Well, considering that this is a campaign called 'Women for Kavanaugh' it's perhaps surprising that there are more men in this picture than women, outnumbering them by seven to six.
Since artist and writer, Eli Valley shared this image on Twitter, people have been losing their collective minds.
A report from Huffington Post states that in 2014, Concerned Women for America received funding exceeding $8 million from the Freedom Partner Chamber of Commerce a non-profit organisation founded by billionaires Charles and David Koch.
Beside these allegations against him, Kavanaugh has been accused of being opposed to women's rights and is trying to overturn the abortion laws in the United States.