As one Twitter user pointed out, "Women are not responsible for men's bad behavior. Men are."
It’s unclear who created the posters, though their intent is very obvious.
They don’t believe the statement Streep gave.
While plenty of people retweeted McGowan's tweet regarding Streep, not everyone agreed.
Actress Amber Tamblyn addressed McGowan’s tweet with one of her own, explaining she does “not support any woman (or man) shaming or taunting the movements of other women who are trying to create change.”
She explained she’s good friends with McGowan and actually had a long conversation on the phone with her and the issues she had with what McGowan had stated.
But, again, it all comes down to the fact that the issue really isn't about Streep.
Some people feel that the campaign is actually being incredibly harmful. As one Twitter user said, it takes the heat off the abusers.
Others believe we should be focusing all of our efforts into systematic change and accountability.
The Streep “She Knew” campaign is stirring up a lot of conversations on Twitter and doesn’t seem to be dying down. It remains to be seen if the person behind the campaign will come forward.
Whoever is behind the campaign clearly thinks that Streep is an enabler of Weinstein.
The artist clearly chose to focus on this point, instead of that systematic change others are talking about. It seems Streep’s name won’t be out of the news anytime soon.