Ben Shapiro Loses Second Sponsor After March For Life Speech Where He Said “No Pro-Life Person Would Kill Baby Hitler”


Conservative commentator and radio host Ben Shapiro has lost two sponsors following his speech at the annual March for Life anti-abortion rally in Washington, D.C., on Friday.

The commentator garnered widespread attention following his appearance at the rally for saying “no pro-life person would kill baby Hitler” because “baby Hitler was a baby.”

Quip toothbrushes was the first to announce that it would no longer advertise with the conservative commentator’s podcast after he read an ad for the company at the rally.

“Our mission is to make good oral health more accessible to everyone, and podcast advertising is one way we’re able to realize this,” Quip said in a statement reported by HuffPost.

“Following one of our ads being read in a venue we did not endorse, we have chosen to discontinue our advertising relationship with this show. We are also taking steps to ensure all of our advertising partners are aligned with our oral health mission and values.”

Calm, a relaxation and meditation app, also pulled its sponsorship.

Watch the “controversial” comment made by Shapiro below:


Read more at The Hill.



  1. Boycott those companies! They don’t deserve our support because they don’t support the first ammendment to the constitution of the United States of America. Free speech is free speech! To censor is the antithesis of free speech! Let them take their products to Iran! They’ll love their oral junk! So too with Calm! Boycott them!

  2. It isn’t that he mentioned that rasha which bothers them. Farakhan idolizes him and still gets hugs from all the top liberals.
    What bothers them is that he condemns people who murder babies. To them, that view is outrageous.

  3. The headline is misleading and provocative. Who wouldn’t kill the (arguably) most evil person in world history, who was responsible for the holocaust, the tens of millions of war dead, and other genocides?
    What Shapiro is saying is that to kill or not kill Hitler ym”s as a child is a false dilemma – instead he’d change his childhood so he didn’t become the monster he did. Personally, I see that as completely uncontroversial.

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