CNN blurs out pro-Trump t-shirt of hero who saved baby from dying in hot car

http://ijr.com/2016/09/685059-internet-goes-wild-after-people-find-out-whats-on-heros-t-shirt-censored-by-cable-news-network

September 1, 2016

A heroic man captured national attention for his action rescuing a baby from a hot car in New Jersey. But it was the way his interview on CNN-owned Headline News went down that has truly gone viral.

The man at the center of the story is Steve Eckel, a retired police officer who used a sledgehammer to break into a parked car that at New Jersey Kohl’s, as reported by CBS News on Wednesday. The baby was taken from the vehicle, which Eckel said had reached a temperature of over 120 degrees.

HLN had Eckel on to get his story about the rescue, but apparently was not interested in getting all of his free speech. The network aired the interview… while blurring his T-shirt out:

shirt with blurring


What was on the retired police officer’s shirt that was so controversial? An expletive-laded shirt? An image containing nudity? No. All Lives Matter? Support America’s Police Officers? Nope, it was a “2016 Trump” T-shirt. An interview version that arose after the segment originally aired shows exactly what was on the man’s shirt. It was too late, however, the bias of the network had already been shown:

shirt without blurring


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September 3, 2016. Tags: , , , , . Media bias.

2 Comments

  1. HMichaelH replied:

    Nobody watches CNN do they? How did anyone know about this censorship?

  2. poetopoet replied:

    That practice and instructions can be found in Hitler’s Mein Kemph index and pages 200-222, For Dummies, like H.R. Clinton did and other practicing democratic dummies, legal or not.

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