Wikipedia says Hunter Biden scandal 'debunked', as editing war rages & new page emerges calling it a ‘conspiracy’

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It figures it'd be something like that.


Allegations of corruption against ex-Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter have apparently been “debunked” and are merely a “conspiracy theory” according to Wikipedia, where editors are battling over the terms.

Hunter Biden was the subject of an explosive report last week as the New York Post published emails alleging that he involved his father in dodgy business dealings in Ukraine and China.

While the story is still unfolding, the Wikipedia page for Hunter Biden simply states that “he and his father have been the subjects of debunked right-wing conspiracy theories pushed by [President] Donald Trump and his allies.” The curious framing was highlighted by conservative commentator Ian Miles Cheong on Twitter on Tuesday.

Eight sources are listed for this one sentence, intending to support the view that any accusations of corruption against the Democratic presidential candidate and his son have already been proven false. In recent days, Wikipedia editors have been engaged in regular spats about the inclusion of the word “debunked.”

The eighth source was added on Sunday by a frequent contributor to Biden’s son’s page, whose username is ‘Soibangla’. A regular editor of American political topics on Wikipedia, Soibangla was previously found tweaking pedophile sex-trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s page, specifically to note that there is “no evidence” that he and former President Bill Clinton were “friends” – despite the ex-commander-in-chief traveling on the disgraced financier’s plane 26 times, according to flight logs.


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FCC Head and Internet’s Most Hated Man Ajit Pai Just Vowed to Kill First Amendment Rights Online

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has vowed to reinterpret Section 230 of the Communications Act on President Trump’s orders in a move that threatens to curb what’s left of Americans’ first amendment rights online.

" . . .
While still at Verizon in 2003, Pai and another colleague produced an amateur skit comedy video where they plot to install a puppet at the FCC. The video, which Pai himself played at the annual FCC Chairman’s Dinner in 2017, led Gizmodo to file a FOIA for “any communications records from within the chairman’s office referencing the event or the Verizon executive,” which the FCC has yet to release.

Pai’s FCC has a long history of stonewalling FOIA’s and being generally opaque about its moves in what is perhaps the most pivotal moment for the future of the Internet. As the power of the tech giants grows by leaps and bounds, reinterpreting Section 230 to make social media companies liable for the content on their platforms may seem like a check on said power, but it is only another restriction on the voice of the people, who are the ones creating the very content lining their shareholders’ pockets and the ones who will ultimately face the brunt of any laws designed to muzzle the first amendment rights of all Americans.. . . "




So Verizon should be able to cut off my service if they feel threatened by my politics?

What's the answer?
 

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What does "debunked" mean? Isn't it similar to a boycott? It's an angry wife throwing her husband out, and he's sleeping on the sofa in the living room hoping to wake up with his vision intact.
"Debunked" is the new parroted go to spin word Dems especially Biden uses to avoid embarassing gotcha issues. The debunked issue is never sourced or backed by actual investigative conclusions, it's just a political defense mechanism knowing he'll never be challenged by the MSM who's got his back protecting his illegal and deviant behavior.
How do you prove a negative? Lack of any findings after investigations? Already got that.
Hmmmm when collegue are in charge of your investigation and say there's nothing to see here, isn't that what Dem protesters call injustice? BUSTED!
When your grade school teacher let your fellow classmates grade your test quiz and your best friend finds no incorrect answers (and erased answers suddenly have your friends handwriting penciled in), is that nothing to find here or further corruption?
Now if someone in the class policing the grading reports the corrupt grading because it affects everyones grade curveb who is the first to get demonized by the 2 cheaters and other cheaters?
yep the Rudy's and Bill Barrs and Trumps, will be the first to get blasted for exposing the cheaters, who sell out the whole class for sake of their own benefit.
 

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It figures it'd be something like that.


Allegations of corruption against ex-Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter have apparently been “debunked” and are merely a “conspiracy theory” according to Wikipedia, where editors are battling over the terms.

Hunter Biden was the subject of an explosive report last week as the New York Post published emails alleging that he involved his father in dodgy business dealings in Ukraine and China.

While the story is still unfolding, the Wikipedia page for Hunter Biden simply states that “he and his father have been the subjects of debunked right-wing conspiracy theories pushed by [President] Donald Trump and his allies.” The curious framing was highlighted by conservative commentator Ian Miles Cheong on Twitter on Tuesday.

Eight sources are listed for this one sentence, intending to support the view that any accusations of corruption against the Democratic presidential candidate and his son have already been proven false. In recent days, Wikipedia editors have been engaged in regular spats about the inclusion of the word “debunked.”

The eighth source was added on Sunday by a frequent contributor to Biden’s son’s page, whose username is ‘Soibangla’. A regular editor of American political topics on Wikipedia, Soibangla was previously found tweaking pedophile sex-trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s page, specifically to note that there is “no evidence” that he and former President Bill Clinton were “friends” – despite the ex-commander-in-chief traveling on the disgraced financier’s plane 26 times, according to flight logs.


Continued - Wikipedia says Hunter Biden scandal 'debunked', as editing war rages & new page emerges calling it a ‘conspiracy’


FCC Head and Internet’s Most Hated Man Ajit Pai Just Vowed to Kill First Amendment Rights Online

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has vowed to reinterpret Section 230 of the Communications Act on President Trump’s orders in a move that threatens to curb what’s left of Americans’ first amendment rights online.

" . . .
While still at Verizon in 2003, Pai and another colleague produced an amateur skit comedy video where they plot to install a puppet at the FCC. The video, which Pai himself played at the annual FCC Chairman’s Dinner in 2017, led Gizmodo to file a FOIA for “any communications records from within the chairman’s office referencing the event or the Verizon executive,” which the FCC has yet to release.

Pai’s FCC has a long history of stonewalling FOIA’s and being generally opaque about its moves in what is perhaps the most pivotal moment for the future of the Internet. As the power of the tech giants grows by leaps and bounds, reinterpreting Section 230 to make social media companies liable for the content on their platforms may seem like a check on said power, but it is only another restriction on the voice of the people, who are the ones creating the very content lining their shareholders’ pockets and the ones who will ultimately face the brunt of any laws designed to muzzle the first amendment rights of all Americans.. . . "




So Verizon should be able to cut off my service if they feel threatened by my politics?

What's the answer?
That actually happened to me with Comcast (msnbc), but you might already know about the full story as to why.
 

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The debunked issue is never sourced or backed by actual investigative conclusions,
Of course not. It's some lady throwing a guy out of bed with a whole slew of court paperwork, no-contact orders, civil protective orders, restraining orders, anti-harassment orders, and mental health evaluation orders, rape charges, sexual assault, battery, domestic violence so on and so forth not a bruise on her beautiful face, not a spot or a wrinkle on her dress.
And yet the word debunk eludes them when one of Fords friends & witnesses contradicted Fords testimony at the Kavanaugh hearings.
Then the word did not benefit their narrative.
Silly me I thought Joe Biden meant “ DEBUNK er” as in where he is hiding in his basement till this “ blows” over but it looks like it is just the tip of the iceberg and his ” ship” is sailing right into it a big iceberg of emails that he hoped would never see the light of day...I wonder if the big “ O “ knew about them as well...
 

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That Hunter Biden shit is nothing short of a hoax. This whole “controversy” will magically disappear after the election.
You just admitted your party would obstruct justice and make it go away. Bravo!
That's how Meduro does things.
 

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It figures it'd be something like that.


Allegations of corruption against ex-Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter have apparently been “debunked” and are merely a “conspiracy theory” according to Wikipedia, where editors are battling over the terms.

Hunter Biden was the subject of an explosive report last week as the New York Post published emails alleging that he involved his father in dodgy business dealings in Ukraine and China.

While the story is still unfolding, the Wikipedia page for Hunter Biden simply states that “he and his father have been the subjects of debunked right-wing conspiracy theories pushed by [President] Donald Trump and his allies.” The curious framing was highlighted by conservative commentator Ian Miles Cheong on Twitter on Tuesday.

Eight sources are listed for this one sentence, intending to support the view that any accusations of corruption against the Democratic presidential candidate and his son have already been proven false. In recent days, Wikipedia editors have been engaged in regular spats about the inclusion of the word “debunked.”

The eighth source was added on Sunday by a frequent contributor to Biden’s son’s page, whose username is ‘Soibangla’. A regular editor of American political topics on Wikipedia, Soibangla was previously found tweaking pedophile sex-trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s page, specifically to note that there is “no evidence” that he and former President Bill Clinton were “friends” – despite the ex-commander-in-chief traveling on the disgraced financier’s plane 26 times, according to flight logs.


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Well 2 Republican senate reports said there was nothing there in September.
Liar.
You're kind of fucking dumb they did in September.
And that's a lie that only extremely low IQ people who are easily brainwashed by fake news media believe.

Link to the article that says what you claim and I will prove that it is fake news.
 

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