Following the website’s designation of the “Twitter files” article for deletion, Elon Musk said that Wikipedia has a “left-wing bias.”
Truth be told, the paper is packed with bombshells regarding how the leftist social media behemoth hid a significant controversy involving Joe Biden in 2020, despite the leftist editors’ claims that it was “nothing event concerning another nothing event.”
Journalist Matt Taibi’s “Twitter files” article covered Musk’s disclosure of top-secret documents that show how the business collaborated with the FBI to filter and characterize the Hunter Biden laptop affair as “Russian disinformation.”
“This place is empty.
Even as a stub, it has issues with being unsourced in some areas and having poor sources in others, which suggests that it has little notoriety, according to an editor. It lacks a clearly defined topic, too. Is this a Substack article, or is this about an investigation? ”
The authors say, “While the title and the lede suggest the former and the latter, respectively, the article’s real subject is neither.”
Musk noted Wikipedia’s ridiculous policy that calls for the reference of skewed “MSM sources” to “confirm” articles in a tweet.
Wikipedia has fabricated information in the past to defend the Biden administration.
Wikipedia altered its definition of “recession” over the summer to match the false one provided by the White House, then froze the page to prevent anyone from exposing the error.
After the US had two consecutive quarters of decreasing GDP, which was the traditional definition of a recession, the White House decided to redefine the term.
Wikipedia is voting on the deletion of the entry for Elon Musk’s Twitter Files because the editors have deemed it a “nothing burger” that is “not notable” because the media didn’t give it enough coverage. These people work hand in hand with the MSM to shape the narrative. pic.twitter.com/Acu6UaG0n5
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) December 6, 2022