January 23, 2019
Okay, this is epic.
When you live in the universe of the Jew, reality itself progressively spirals further and further into a black hole.
Ben Shapiro said that he would not kill baby Hitler, because baby Hitler was just a random baby who could be programmed to do anything.
His advertisers quit because they don’t agree with the message of not time-traveling to murder the baby.
Real thing, happened in real life.
If you believe we can still refer to reality as “real life,” which I’m not certain is appropriate.
Conservative commentator and radio host Ben Shapiro has reportedly lost a second advertiser following his speech at the annual March for Life anti-abortion rally in Washington, D.C., on Friday.
Calm, a relaxation and meditation app, responded to users condemning Shapiro’s speech about “baby Hitler” on Twitter, writing late Friday night that the company did not “align with” Shapiro’s message and that it would be pulling its sponsorship.
“We do not align with this message. We’re pulling our sponsorship,” Calm wrote on its official Twitter account.
The tweet has been deleted.
Apparently someone figured out how weird it was to say they don’t align with the message of not time-traveling to kill a baby. But a group of people had to have gotten together to announce that decision in the first place.
The company did not release an apology for advocating a message of baby-killing, they just deleted the tweet.
The Hill has reached out to Calm and Shapiro for comment.
Calm’s announcement appears to be the second sponsor to pull its advertisements from Shapiro’s podcast after his speech 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.
“However, 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.”
Yeah, that’s almost the weirdest part of this whole story: Ben Shapiro was reading ads in the middle of giving a speech. I have never in my entire life heard of a person doing that particular act.
How many levels of Jewishness are you on?
Our society is officially an obscene circus freakshow.
Aside from all of this lunacy, killing baby Hitler is actually an interesting question. Actually, the question is retarded and sick. But the fact that it’s a focus of culture is interesting.
Ben’s view is the traditional “nurture over nature” view, which I do not agree with.
I wouldn’t kill baby Hitler because I like Hitler and agree with his actions. However, if I didn’t agree with his actions, then I would kill him as a baby, because I believe in biological determinism. But believing in biological determinism pretty much makes you a Nazi, which means you wouldn’t want to kill baby Hitler anyway.
So basically, no one should want to kill baby Hitler. Either you believe in blank slateism, and he was just a random baby, or you believe in biological determinism, in which case he was a good person.
The only people who talk about killing baby Hitler are stupid “moral dilemma” ethics 101 teachers. This is not a serious moral quandary.
Ben Shapiro is pushing the Jewish narrative of “genes don’t make a person who they are” by saying he wouldn’t kill the ultimate enemy of the Jews.
We are reaching levels of Jewishness that shouldn’t even be possible.