I think comparisons can be helpful.
Brendan Cox (Saint Brendan as he is sometime called, in jest): Husband of murdered Labour (+1 point) MP. Accused of groping women. Resigns from one charity (+1 point) job. Police called in another case (0 points for police being called to a lefty). Deafening silence on the left.
Presidents Club: Businessmen (-2 points) raising money for charity (0 points for anyone right wing involved in charity), black-tie dinner (-1 point), men only (-3 points), young waitresses (-3 points), 1970's comedian Jimmy Tarbuck (-1 point). No police involvement as far as I know, so far. No complaints. Evidence of molestation? An undercover 'reporter' for the Financial Times (+1 point). End results...many, many, many column inches and TV hours, club raising money for charity disbanded, millions returned from Great Ormond Street Hospital (muppets), children suffer. Boycotting of the people attending the dinner. Let's go back to that evidence...did you see the FT's recording advertising their 'scoop'? Two minutes pre-event while we have to listen to the reporter wittering on about what she will be doing at the party, while brushing her hair. So two minutes of hair brushing. This followed by one minute at the event, just film of the ceiling of the room bathed in pink lighting. Several hours of undercover filming and all she gets is a pink ceiling? I like to think I know a little bit about undercover filming...this was pathetic. Anyway, point is...bias + hypocrisy. Nothing new. But the rise of social media means that bias + hypocrisy has more damaging effects than before.