"The public can’t help but see this. While papers like the Times denounce the true Podesta emails as “misinformation,” and Facebook says the New York Post story must be kept out of sight until verified, the standard for, say, the Steele dossier was and is opposite. In that case, we were told “raw intelligence” should be published so that “Americans can make up their own minds” about information that, while “salacious and unverified,” may still be freely read on Twitter and Facebook, reported on in the New York Times and Washington Post, and talked about on NBC, so long as it has not been completely “disproven.”"
- Matt Taibbi, Oct 2020
In 2018 a controversy arose with the handling of children of asylum seekers entering the US from, not Mexicans, but Central Americans slipping through Mexico, a dangerous business if you're poor and on foot with small children.
Nobody seemed to notice it's US funding and arms making all these refugees. Maybe that's the real solution to address the source, not the terminus of the pipeline.