Time magazine's propaganda games continue making the National Enquirer look like a serious publication in the bargain.

 "The original version of this story misstated what happened to the girl in the photo after she (was) taken from the scene. The girl was not carried away screaming by U.S. Border Patrol agents; her mother picked her up and the two were taken away together."


Time magazine never learns.

Of all the children to pluck from obscurity to slap on the cover?

The one who didn't fit the narrative.

Time has played these games before -- during the Civil War in Yugoslavia, one cover story ("Must It Go On?") was filled those kind of optical games -- both the cover had been challenged by one sharp-eyed German journalist -- but there was a picture of a mass grave -- the cover story did nothing but slag "The Serbs" as evil...but of all the mass graves to show -- Time took the one of Serbian graves to show -- graves with crosses and Cyrillic writing.

And yet made absolutely no mention of whose graves they were as their text made it seem as if Serbs were the sole culprits.

And now, this cover.

They never change. They never learn.

Just spewing distorted narratives even when they try to use evidence that disproves their theories...