Jon Stewart on the (Hooded) Trayvon Martin Coverage


Trayvon Martin, the African American teenager shot to death in Florida last month by neighborhood watch officer George Zimmerman, was wearing a hoodie when he was killed. This is significant because wearing-a-hoodie-while-black is, apparently, prima facie evidence of criminal intent. How did TV reporters and anchors cover this angle of the case? By donning hoodies, of course. Take it away, Jon Stewart:

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