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Wikipedia Editors Protect Antifa by Censoring Andy Ngo Assault, ICE Attack

By WillPowers following x   2019 Jul 18, 4:20pm 121 views   0 comments   watch   nsfw   quote     share    


Wikipedia editors have sought to remove mention of the FBI categorizing Antifa as engaged in terrorist activity.

Battles over Ngo’s assault moved to the articles on Ngo and “milkshaking” as well. Editor Wumbolo feuded with other editors over issues such as them calling the Portland Police Department’s cement milkshake allegation a “hoax” and repeatedly trying to change the description of Ngo’s attackers to “antifascist” rather than Antifa or remove mention of the group altogether.

The attack on a Tacoma, Washington, ICE detention facility by self-identified Antifa terrorist Willem Van Spronsen prompted a similar response from editors. When an editor attempted to mention the attack, editors undid the edit claiming “Antifa” was not mentioned as the article specifically called him an “anti-fascist” instead and editors also suggested his self-identification as Antifa was not sufficient.

Prior violence from Antifa was also targeted recently as editors removed mention of a Bernie Sanders supporter who was attacked by Antifa for having an American flag.

These editors also characterized free speech social media site Gab as far-right and anti-Semitic and pushed bogus conspiracy theories claiming the DHS and Sarah Palin referenced the Fourteen Words white nationalist slogan.

Such bias is consistent with Wikipedia’s general left-wing bias, including listing Trump as an advocate of “neo-nazi” conspiracy theories, defending the anti-white bigotry of New York Times editor Sarah Jeong, and misrepresenting the results of the Russia investigation. The site’s owners have still faced a backlash against efforts to achieve an even more progressive diversity agenda.
SEE: https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2019/07/18/wikipedia-editors-protect-antifa-by-censoring-andy-ngo-assault-ice-attack/
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