CNN is getting blasted for a recent headline about Kate Steinle, the young woman shot and killed last year by an illegal alien who had been deported on numerous occasions. Rather than saying she was murdered, the headline referenced her "death."
Doc and Skip, filling in for Glenn Tuesday on The Glenn Beck Program, asked listeners to tweet their own misleading headlines as an example of the mainstream media's biased agenda.
"So the hashtag is #CNNHeadlines. Write a CNN-style headline about a famous news or historical event, what CNN would have, based on the headline they tweeted about Kate Steinle's murder when they called it a death." Doc said.
"Yeah, because this is really what CNN did," Skip added.
Here's a sampling of headlines tweeted by listeners:
US Declares War After Japanese Visit Pearl Harbor
Ships Sink at Pearl Harbor
Hiroshima Residents Discover Inadequacies in Firefighting Effectiveness
MLK Goes to Hospital After Stay in Memphis Hotel
"She didn't die by accident. It didn't just happen. She was killed. Pearl Harbor, the ships didn't sink by accident. Oh, they just happened to do this. They were sunk," Doc said.
Have a headline to add? Tweet it at #CNNHeadlines.
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Featured Image: (L-R) Attorney Frank Pitre speaks as Brad Steinle, Liz Sullivan and Jim Steinle, the family of Kate Steinle who was killed by an undocumented immigrant, look on during a news conference on September 1, 2015 in San Francisco, California. The family of Kate Steinle who was killed by an undocumented immigrant, have filed claims against San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, the Bureau of Land Management and Immigration and Customs Enforcement for their role in their daughter's death. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)