Ben Shapiro

After staff expressed outrage that the platform was given to a pundit known for his "bigoted and incendiary commentary," Politico's editor in chief declined to apologize.
The conservative commenter said Wednesday that an 81-year-old dying of the coronavirus "is not the same thing" as a younger person dying from it.
The conservative commentator lit up Twitter with his comment insulting people who need multiple jobs to pay the bills.
The conservative commentator ranted on BBC to journalist Andrew Neil and insisted that Neil "be honest about your own bias" before walking out of the interview.
"We do not align with this message. We're pulling our sponsorship," meditation phone app Calm said on Twitter.
Quip said it was dropping the conservative commentator after its ad was "read in a venue we did not endorse."
“Baby Hitler was a baby,” Shapiro correctly pointed out at the March for Life.
Beforehand, the school's Morrill Scholars Program sent a memo telling students that Ben Shapiro's "rhetoric has the potential to threaten the emotional and mental safety of much of the campus community."
Ben Shapiro challenged Ocasio-Cortez to a debate and offered her campaign $10,000 if she participated.
The sentencing hearing for the man who killed 6 people last year has exposed his penchant for American right-wing propaganda.