Exposed: Wikipedia’s Bias Tested and Proven
Wikipedia is the #1 research tool in the world, boasting over 18 billion views per month. It also pushes a radical left-wing agenda. Crowder and crew expose how they do it.
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No one is saying Wikipedia should be used as a source to write your next term paper. In fact, if you have a teacher or professor who is allowing you to cite Wikipedia as a source, may I suggest you should go get a refund right now. Those "educators" are morons. But Wikipedia is where many people go to quickly search for information on a wide variety of topics, so it's important to know how much one can trust it. Well...
As it turns out--and this should come as no surprise to anyone who knows even a little bit about how Big Tech operates--Wikipedia is full of bias. And I'll give you three guesses which way Wikipedia doesn't just lean but is fully ensconced in. If it takes you more than one guess, I will look at you with the blankest stare you can imagine.
Time after time, article after article, we decided to go in and add, edit, or clarify information with our own account. We didn't go in and say anything outlandish (as I once decided to do while bored out of my mind). Our team cited sources, provided verifiable information, or simply attempted to remove overtly biased opinions (in some cases, purely personal opinions).
Wikipedia did not approve.
If there are things left-wing tech giants don't approve of they're facts, objective truth, and anything that doesn't purposefully toe the party line. The "reasoning" provided for negating our edits was ignorant, convoluted, and sometimes completely non-existent! The left need not have good reasons to silence opposing views, though. And if they have reasons at all, they need not explain themselves to you.
Wikipedia is the arbiter of Truth, a benevolent master of facts, weeding out whatever they believe to be disinformation, misleading (read: inconvenient) statistics, and controversial (also inconvenient) views. Also, they really don't like Steven.
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