Eagles Players Honor Young Boy Who Was Bullied & Beaten on Way to School (Video)

Obviously, I’m not a fan of The View. The hosts are some dangerous, bigoted and intolerant leftists.
But even a broken clock is right two times every day.
Yesterday The View honored the young Philadelphia boy who was bullied and beaten by a group of teenagers on his way home from school. The highlight was when 3 Philadelphia Eagles players came on to honor Nadin Khoury.
Yahoo reported:

The 13-year-old boy who was bullied and beat up by a “wolf pack” of teenagers in Pennsylvania last month received a surprise visit from his favorite football player on live television.

Nadin Khoury was walking home from school on Jan. 11 when he was randomly accosted by seven teens who attacked him for 30 minutes. The incident was filmed by one of the assailants, which helped propel the sickening incident into the national spotlight.

On Thursday, a resilient Khoury appeared with his family on “The View” to discuss the incident and bullying in general. Near the end of the segment, he was surprised by Philadelphia Eagles players DeSean Jackson(notes), Todd Herremans and Jamaal Jackson(notes).

What a wonderful gesture.
Here’s the video:

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