Conservative commentator Ben Shapiro has now lost two sponsors from his podcast after a live recording at an anti-abortion rally, where he read advertisements to the audience and also settled on the philosophical dilemma of killing "baby Hitler".  Calm, a sleep and meditation phone app, became the second company to lose his sponsorship of Shapiro after the right-wing had appeared before thousands of abortion opponents during Friday's March rally in Washington DC
"We do not adjust with this message, "the company listed on Twitter. "We draw our sponsorship."
Earlier Friday evening, another brand, the toothbrush manufacturer Quip, told HuffPost that it ended its sponsorship of Shapiro's podcast over readings.
"Our mission is to make good oral health more accessible to everyone and podcast advertising is one way we are able to realize this," Quip said in a statement. "But when one of our ads was read in a place we didn't express, we opted to interrupt our advertising relationship with this show. We also take steps to ensure that all our advertising partners are tailored to our oral health mission and Values. "
Right Wing Watch Reporter Jared Holt first drew attention to the ad readings under a look that had already announced Shapiro's" Baby Hitler "moment.
Shapiro defended a hypothetical decision to save the life of an infant Adolf Hitler. ZipRecruiter, another sponsor Shapiro plugged in March for Life rally, did not respond to a request for comment.