Wikipedia is the fifth most visited website in the world, and in a presidential race in which millions of people use the site to research Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, some of the most influential figures in the race are almost completely unknown.
Wikipedia editors, many of whom are unpaid and live across the globe, take it upon themselves to manage every word, link and image published to Trump’s and Clinton’s biographical and campaign pages.
Since the creation of wikipedia there have been efforts to rewrite pages to reflect views rather than truth and even influence others by phony information. This election is no different.
Gays have rewritten pages to give the impression that figures from the past were in fact gay or made allusions to current figures being gay. I read an article the other day where someone had written a book and gays decided the characters were gay in spite of the author saying he had no such intention.
This is why wikipedia while it can be useful one must keep in mind efforts by those who want to confuse an issue.