Since there has been some discussion on this forum about the bias of Wikipedia, I came across a good read where co-founder of Wikipedia, Larry Sanger, explains in some detail how and why Wikipedia's neutrality is dead, thanks to leftist bias.
Sanger blogged in 2020 some details on why the online encyclopedia’s “neutral point of view” policy is “dead” due to the rampant left-wing bias of the site. He compared and contrasted articles about Trump vs. Obama, pointing out that despite the many scandals of Obama, none were even mentioned in the Wikipedia article on him. Whereas the one on Trump was mostly focused on Democrat-created scandals.
He also criticized Wikipedia’s coverage of religion and other controversial topics. When he did this, many Wikipedians ignored the bias Sanger identified and instead launched into an all out attack on Sanger and his blog.
Wikipedia’s coverage of other contentious political topics such as abortion were also criticized with Sanger singling out Wikipedia claiming abortion is “one of the safest procedures in medicine.” He pointed out how articles on legalization of drugs and gay adoption were focused on positives with little to no mention of criticisms. In the latter case, Sanger noted on “debate” about gay adoption only included arguments in favor rather than any against it. Sanger also criticized Wikipedia’s coverage of religion describing the article on Jesus as “a ‘liberal’ academic discussion” focused “on assorted difficulties and controversies” without explaining “traditional or orthodox views of those issues.”
In any event, the article is a good read. When the founder himself is criticizing what has happened to Wikipedia, there's got to be something to it. https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2020/05/ ... tist-bias/