IHOP, Ancestry.com, and Jaguar Land Rover are just three of the many brands who have dropped Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show from their ad buys after he claimed immigration is making the U.S. “dirtier” during a segment last week, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “At our core, we stand for welcoming folks from all backgrounds and beliefs into our restaurants and continually evaluate ad placements to ensure they align with our values,” IHOP told the magazine Tuesday. “In this case, we will no longer be advertising on this show.” Other brands who have dropped Carlson’s show include Just For Men, Zenni Optical, and the United Explorer credit card. “Just For Men has no further plans to advertise on Tucker Carlson’s show,” a company spokesperson told the magazine. “The brand is always considering ways to remain responsible, and this includes aligning with partners who share our brand value.” After public backlash and several advertisers dropped his show over his remark, Carlson doubled down Monday evening, saying his comment was true. “The truth is unregulated mass immigration has badly hurt this country’s natural landscape,” Carlson said on-air Monday.