Here will come an example of how we may easily create less biased content than anywhere else.
Discussion in the Forum: Special:WikiForum/Pizzagate_article
We will start with an attempt to assemble a single first draft article "stub" from two oppositely polarized source documents.
A checklist will come here: Pizzagate/Checklist
The discussion page is here: Talk:Pizzagate
And here below is a first draft introduction, as a result of merging the intro's:
Attention This draft summary has not been verified by InfoCheckers. While less biased thanks to merging two opinions, it may still contain wrong information.
Pizzagate refers to allegations on internet discussion groups about a connection between child sexual abuse and people closely associated with Hillary Clinton. It is widely considered to be a conspiracy theory and has been extensively disputed by a wide array of organizations.
In the fall of 2016, during the 2016 United States presidential election cycle, the personal email account of John Podesta, Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, was hacked and his emails were made public by WikiLeaks. The contents were subsequently discussed on social media outlets such as 4chan and Twitter. Some people claimed that the emails contained coded messages referring to human trafficking and they connected several U.S. restaurants and high-ranking officials of the Democratic Party with an alleged child sex ring involving the restaurant and pizzeria Comet Ping Pong, located in Washington, D.C.
A counter argument is that these suspicions were primarily spread by members of the alt-right and other opponents of Clinton's presidential campaign [verification?].
-Note: references lacking, "Cite news" template to import-
Impossible to import Cite_news Template import. Workaround: remove Cite_news, replace with short citation + reference.