Wikipedia Still Calls Spygate A “Conspiracy Theory”–Further Proving It Is Joke

Even after it has all been exposed Wikipedia will not admit to Spygate. 

If you look at the Wikipedia page for “Spygate” they still label it a conspiracy theory.

Of course, they didn’t do the same for the Russia-collusion page. 


Spygate was the farthest thing from a conspiracy theory. 

We know the Deep State targeted Trump and his campaign.

Once they they failed at stopping his election they tried to undermine his administration and get him removed from office.

Remember, Wikipedia’s Co-founder Larry Sanger has previously called out Wikipedia’s left-wing turn saying “Nobody should trust Wikipedia.”

From The Daily Mail:

Wikipedia can no longer be trusted as a source of unbiased information since the online encyclopedia’s left-leaning volunteers cut out any news that doesn’t fit their agenda, according to the site’s co-founder.

Larry Sanger, 53, co-founded Wikipedia in 2001 alongside Jimmy Wales, said the crowdsourcing project has betrayed its original mission by reflecting the views of the ‘establishment.’

He said he agreed with the assessment that ‘teams of Democratic-leaning volunteers’ remove content that isn’t to their liking, including information about scandals linked to President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden.

When asked by if Wikipedia can be trusted, he replied: ‘You can trust it to give a reliably establishment point of view on pretty much everything.

Sanger cited the entry on Joe Biden, which he says is a sanitized version that doesn’t include arguments from a GOP perspective.

‘The Biden article, if you look at it, has very little by way of the concerns that Republicans have had about him,’ Sanger said.

‘So if you want to have anything remotely resembling the Republican point of view about Biden, you’re not going to get it from the article.

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