(Natural News) While it’s been widely known for some time now that Wikipedia is so politically compromised that legitimate colleges and universities refuse to allow their students to cite it, the platform proved its left-wing bias again last week to protect the pathetic Biden regime and Democrats in general.
American wage earners have been devastated by Joe Biden’s war on fossil fuels and the Democrat-controlled Congress’ spending sprees, both of which have greatly contributed to the massive inflation we are seeing in every sector but especially energy, food and housing.
The inflation has gotten so high, in fact, that there was negative economic growth in the first and second quarters of this year.
For decades, two consecutive quarters of negative growth has been the definition for a recession, but Wikipedia’s left-wing ‘protect Democrats and Biden’ ‘researchers’ changed that definition and then locked the page so it cannot be changed back, as noted by the outlet Benzinga.
“Wikipedia has changed the definition of recession. Wayback’s last capture was July 11, 2022. Based on Wiki’s changelog, the line: ‘There is no global consensus on the definition of a recession’ was added on July 27. The page is now locked,” Twitter account Unusual Whales noted, adding a screenshot to back up the claim.
Wikipedia has changed the definition of recession.
Wayback's last capture was July 11, 2022.
Based on Wiki's changelog, the line: "There is no global consensus on the definition of a recession" was added on July 27.
The page is now locked. pic.twitter.com/6tx1vPHEPM
— unusual_whales (@unusual_whales) July 28, 2022
“In the United States, it is defined as ‘a significant decline in economic activity spread across the market, lasting more than a few months, normally visible in real GDP, real income, employment, industrial production and wholesale-retail sales,’” the site said.
Again, the Wikipedia page is a blatant lie.
Meanwhile, an updated Wikipedia page regarding ‘recession’ informs readers the page may be “affected by the following current event: increased political debate in the United States.” The page also warns viewers that an “outdated version of this article has been widely circulated.”
“In the United States, a recession is defined by the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) as ‘a significant decline in economic activity spread across the market, lasting more than a few months,’” the new definition says, along with the phrase, “the definition of a recession varies between different countries and scholars.”