Wikipedia Deletes Entry on Hunter Biden’s Scandal-Ridden Firm

(John RansomHeadline USA) Wikipedia this week deleted an entry for Hunter Biden’s scandal ridden firm, Rosemont Seneca Partners, claiming that the entry wasn’t “notable.”

“This organization is only mentioned in connection with its famous founders, Hunter Biden and Christopher Heinz,” said a Wiki editor who suggested the page for deletion, identified only as Alex, reported the New York Post.

Wiki editor Alex also cited concerns that the entry could become a repository for certain “conspiracy theories” surrounding Hunter Biden.

In fact, any Wikipedia editor can schedule a page for deletion, which triggers a review process whereby Wikipedia members can discuss whether a page qualifies for deletion or not.

Readers can weigh in on the matter by going to the deleted page at this link.

As a Wikipedia cofounder warned last year, although the pages are supposed to be user-edited, progressives have a vast army of journalists and government workers with nothing better to do but use the ubiquitous Wikipedia articles to attack conservatives.

Larry Sanger, 53, co-founded Wikipedia in 2001, warned in 2021 that Wikipedia was being dominated by progressives who were deleting content that they found threatened progressives, citing scandals that involve President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden, according to the Daily Mail.

Sanger noted that Joe Biden’s Wiki page, for example, included scarcely a reference to the Ukraine scandal, where Hunter Biden’s firm, Rosemont Seneca was paid $3.4 million by Ukrainian energy company Burisma, despite Hunter Biden having no experience in the energy business.

“What little can be found is extremely biased and reads like a defense counsel’s brief, really,” said Sanger about the Biden Wikipedia entry, according to the Daily Mail.

The massive payments to Rosemont Seneca were in honor of Hunter Biden acting as a “ceremonial figure,” for the troubled and corrupt Ukrainian energy company, said Ukrainian officials, according to Reuters.

Those same Ukrainian officials are now relying on the Biden administration for arms and ammunition to fight off a Russian invasion.