Left-wing CNN’s sister network HLN blurred out the Trump 2016 logo of a man’s t-shirt it interviewed for a human interest segment on Wednesday. The man was being interviewed for his rescuing of a baby left unattended in a hot car.
Steven Eckel was wearing a blue Trump 2016 t-shirt during his initial interview with HLN, which was broadcast live. During a subsequent re-airing of the interview, however, HLN’s production team blurred out his t-shirt logo.
Below are screenshots of the original feed and then blurred re-airing.
See the two airings below.
On Tuesday, Steven Eckel, 53, rescued a 4-month old baby from the back of a hot, locked car by breaking a window the vehicle to remove the child. The baby was found in a Nissan Sentra in the parking lot of a Kohl's clothing store in Monmouth County, NJ. The outside temperature was in the upper 80s. Eckel and another bystander, Sarah Mazzone, were alerted by the baby's cries.
The baby's mother has since been charged with endangering the welfare of her child
CNN and HLN present themselves as politically unbiased new outlets.
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