So I noticed something. Wikipedia's page on Voat.co: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voat
They cite biased, liberal sources
"...The website has been considered a hub for the alt-right, after being censored by Conde Naste and Reddit..."
What about FPH? What about Pizzagate? What about Q? Basically everyone who does not agree with the far-left marxist narrative is "alt-right"? Compare to the wikipedia page for Reddit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reddit No mention of extreme-left viewpoints.
So for this bullet point either Voat's needs to be edited to modify the wording, maybe make it comprehensive "This website is home to many communities that have been censored by other platforms, including..." It isn't inaccurate to say that the "alt-right" has a home on Voat, but it is disingenuous to claim that this site is the exclusive domain of the alt-right.
They also cite a hit piece from the New Yorker as fact
"In a January 2017 New Yorker article, Voat was described as a descendant of 2chan, 4chan, and 8chan, where users compete for shock value. The Verge described the site as "Imzy's dark twin", in that both were indirect products of the Gamergate culture war. as well as for illegally sharing copyright-protected material."
No such claim is made about reddit. Yet entire subreddits are devoted to pirate streams of sporting events, TV shows, and movies.
Bottom line is that in the interest of fairness, some edits do need to be made.
What is the best way we can do this? Should we organize a subverse to do the research? Is there anyone who knows how to do these edits?
To give an idea here is a more accurate article: https://infogalactic.com/info/Voat (thanks @Wahaha)
Here is the talk page for Wikipedia where you can see the history of edit discussions. (thanks @o0shad0o)
To All New Refugees - This is your new home. Maybe help it out?