CBS correspondent reports in pride shirt after being sent to P.R. to cover homophobic attacks against him
By Matt Collins Article may include affiliate links
After CBS News correspondent David Begnaud was revealed as the target of a homophobic group chat with Puerto Rican officials, CBS sent him to the island to cover the story — and he shot back the reports of offensive comments by wearing a pride shirt.
- Begnaud posted a video clip to social media giving a brief update on the protests against the administration.
- In the clip, he was wearing a T-shirt with the CBS eye colored in a rainbow motif.
- The shirt appears to be at least similar to a shirt Begnaud and other CBS employees wore in the New York City Pride Parade in June.
- A photo of Begnaud wearing the shirt in the parade is also used, as of this writing, as his Twitter profile photo.
Made it to Puerto Rico
Peaceful protesters remains outside the Governors mansion pic.twitter.com/eWa1u2gIMk
— David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) July 15, 2019