One widely-discussed story in the news the past few days came out of Howell, NJ. Eckel and Sarah Mazzone are being credited with saving an infant’s life after they overheard crying and screaming in the backseat of a Nissan Sentra in a Kohl’s parking lot. The four-month-old was also sweating profusely. Eckel then broke open the window opposite the baby, opened the door, and rescued the infant.
“I recognize the civilians who took immediate action to rescue this child, for they truly saved a life,” said the local Police Chief Andrew Kudrick.
Mazzone appeared on the CNN Center headquartered network HLN, where he was wearing a Trump 2016 t-shirt.
But that’s just how he appeared on the first airing of the episode. By the second, Mazzone’s shirt had been blurred.
What could’ve possibly caused the network to censor his pro-Trump shirt the second time his appearance was aired? Did they panic after realizing that they just featured a Trump supporter in a positive light?
[Note: This post was authored by Matt Palumbo. Follow him on Twitter @MattPalumbo12]