According to hacked Sony Pictures emails, producer Scott Rudin and Sony executive Amy Pascal made racially insensitive jokes about President Obama.

The emails reportedly said that Obama only likes African American comedians and movies like "12 Years a Slave" and "Django Unchained."

Rudin and Pascal both have issued apologies. Although Al Sharpton and others are calling for their jobs, there have not yet been any direct consequences.

Lisa Boothe said on "Fox and Friends Weekend" this morning it is a huge double standard that Hollywood bigwigs like Rudin and Pascal can get away with these kinds of comments because they're major liberal donors.

"Can you imagine if that was the Koch brothers, who happen to be big Republican donors?" Boothe asked. "The media would have their heads."

Boothe said she wants to see people on both sides of the aisle being held accountable for their comments, not just those on the right like Elizabeth Louten.

Watch the clip above.