On Wednesday, HLN, which is owned by CNN, was caught putting their bias on full display when they blurred out a Trump for President 2016 logo on the t-shirt worn by a hero they were interviewing. Steven Eckel, a retired police officer and a Trump supporter, rescued a little girl who was locked in a hot car.
When the interview initially aired, you could clearly see Eckel’s shirt. One hour later when the interview was aired again, however, Eckel’s Trump shirt was blurred out.
HLN finally addressed the issue with a statement regarding why the shirt was blurred out and it is beyond insulting.
They make it clear that they think the American people are stupid with their idiotic and pathetic claim.
HLN spokeswoman's response: "We blurred the logo and shouldn’t have; it was done in error." https://t.co/a3tn26RwKv
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) September 1, 2016
Oh yeah, sure. It was just an error, purely an accident.
If you believe that, in the word of the great George Strait, I’ve got some oceanfront property in Arizona.
h/t Daily Caller