There is no better example of the media bias against Donald J. Trump then this one. It’s the story of how the cable channel HLN edited a T-shirt worn by a hero on Monday.
The hero is a retired NJ cop who rescued a child who was strapped in a carseat inside a hot car with the windows rolled up. Steven Eskel, 53, was alerted to the child after a woman in the parking lot called for help.
Eskel took a sledgehammer to the window and saved the child.
HLN, which is owned by the same company who owns CNN, invited Eckel to appear on the program to explain how he saved the child’s life.
Host Christi Paul asked questions of Eckel who was dressed in a blue T-shirt bearing a huge “Trump 2016” logo.
But later on HLN ran the interview again, only this time they blurred the “Trump 2016” logo.
According to the Washington Post, HLN issued a statement saying: “We blurred the logo and shouldn’t have; it was done in error.”
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