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Six Cases of Wikipedia Editors Smearing President Trump

Just as the corporate media have been smearing Donald Trump since he launched his successful run for the presidency, editors on Wikipedia have done the same. This has included a college professor at the beginning of Trump’s term pushing students to add attacks on the President, editors placing mocking or incendiary articles about him on the site’s front page, equating Trump with the Nazis, and advancing the Russian collusion and Ukraine “quid pro quo” smears that have dominated his Administration.

US President Donald Trump speaks as he takes part in the signing of a proclamation on the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment during an event in the Blue Room of the White House in Washington, DC on August 18, 2020. - The 19th Amendment was created …

The Main Author of Wikipedia’s Steele Dossier Page Is a Russiagate Truther

Wikipedia’s page on the infamous dossier crafted by former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele is heavily slanted in favor of treating the dossier as a credible document, despite it being debunked by multiple federal investigations. One reason for this bias is the page’s primary author, “Valjean” a.k.a. Paul Lee, who is also an active member of the anti-Trump “Resistance” on Twitter as “TheDudeSeesAll” and relentlessly pushes baseless claims on Wikipedia and social media that Trump is a Russian asset.

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Graham: ‘The Legal Foundation for Mueller’s Appointment Is Crumbling’

Late Wednesday, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) reacted to the Justice Department’s release of a memo from former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein that offered a view of the timeline and the scope of former Department of Justice special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia interference in the 2016 presidential election during an interview with Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity.

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., speaks in the Briefing Room of the White House in Washington, Sunday, Oct. 27, 2019, following an announcement from President Donald Trump that Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed during a US raid in Syria. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)