A slew of Hollywood A-listers — like Jennifer Lawrence, Julia Roberts, Scarlett Johansson, Emma Watson, Gwyneth Paltrow and Nicole Kidman — haven't said a peep about Harvey Weinstein and his sex scandal sweeping Tinseltown.

Also mum: Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, who attended fundraisers with the famed film producers, hauling in millions from celebrities.

Weinstein was terminated this week by his board of directors after being accused of sexually harassing actresses Rose McGowan and Ashley Judd. In all, he negotiated at least eight settlements to women, who are bound by non-disclosure agreements under legal terms of the arrangements.

Many of the silent Hollywood starlets are advocates for women. Kidman is a United Nations women's ambassador and said in 2013 that violence against women is "the greatest outrage." But so far, she hasn't said a word about Weinstein.

While other A-listers, like Meryl Streep, have finally weighed in, many have not. Roberts, who starred in several of Weinstein's movies, signed an open letter demanding gender equality earlier this year, but so far hasn't commented on Weinstein's scandal.

Lawrence has also stayed quiet. She won an Oscar for Weinstein's 2012 film Silver Linings Playbook, and has been vocal about being paid less "than the lucky people with d*cks." So far, nothing.

Johansson has said fighting for equality is "an uphill battle" and that "sexism is real," but she still hasn't said anything about the sex scandal consuming Hollywood.

Watson has also been a U.N. Women Goodwill Ambassador since 2014, but she hasn't posted a thought about Weinstein on Twitter, where 26.6 million people follow her.

Paltrow has been conspicuous in her silence. She won an Oscar for Weinstein's film Shakespeare in Love in 1998, but hasn't told her 2.9 million Twitter followers how she feels about the pervy director.

"Two days ago, Paltrow shared a photo of mountains in Georgia to her Instagram page and simply captioned it, 'Georgia sunrise/moonset' with no mention of the news rocking Hollywood," the Daily Mail reported on Monday. "'Your silence on the Harvey Weinstein situation speaks volume,' a female Instagram user wrote to Paltrow."

Perhaps less surprising for their silence is Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. Both hauled in buckets of cash during fundraisers thrown by the Hollywood bigwig, a major Democratic Party money broker.

"Representatives for the Clintons have not responded to comment for this story, and Obama's office declined to comment," CNN reported. "Clinton did not mention Weinstein during an appearance Monday night at the University of California, Davis, as part of her book tour, her first public appearance since the story broke."

Former Vice President Joe Biden, who has been outspoken on the issue of sexual assault, also has not appeared to make any public statements about Weinstein since the report came out, and the Biden Foundation did not immediately respond to CNN's request for comment.

The silence is unacceptable to liberal pundit and former Democratic House candidate Krystal Ball.