The conspiracy theorists can’t accept the truth.
examples (and there are more if you search Twitter for fake photo):
Word to the #Media.
Next time you want to stage a fake photo-up of an Hispanic mother and her kids running from tear gas, don't put her in a Disney "Frozen" shirt and don't put the 5 year old's in diapers.
Something about Disney doesn't scream, "starving 3rd world." pic.twitter.com/KW1WflZPIl
— Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) November 26, 2018
Hey Fake News we are on to you. You are wasting your time trying to divide America. We are stronger and better than that!
Hoaxed: The 'Illegal Alien Mom with Barefoot Kids' Photo was a Setup – Another Staged #FakeNews Production
— ❌GuysForTrump❌ (@GaysForTrumpFL) November 26, 2018
Dear Trump supporters,
This is a real photograph. NOT a fake. The photographer is Kim Kyung-Hoon. The news agency is @Reuters. Reuters was founded in 1851. You know almost a hundred years before Trump. They are a news agency. Not the ghost and goblins deep state. THIS HAPPENED. pic.twitter.com/5HpJ923YuU
— Don Winslow (@donwinslow) November 26, 2018
A conspiracy theory bubbling in right-wing media today: The idea that the widely-circulated photo of a migrant woman with two children at the border was "hoaxed" or "staged." pic.twitter.com/Padb9xynLu
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) November 26, 2018
A photograph of a woman and two children in diapers fleeing a smoking tear gas canister at the U.S.-Mexico border has prompted outrage at American authorities and the Trump administration https://t.co/30LPCAHrjP
— NYT National News (@NYTNational) November 27, 2018