Facts are objective; thus don’t have a political orientation. Calling fact checking sources “left-wing” is an admission that you prefer sources that fit your worldview rather than objective facts.
Fact checks are frequently used to litigate matters of opinion or debate, and to proclaim the truth about facts that are unknown, at the time.
If you spend any time engaged in the media space or consuming news, you've no doubt seen the phenomenon of "fact-checking."On Twitter, so-called fact-checkers are censoring President Trump's tweets but
Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger is criticizing the site’s left-wing bias, saying the popular online encyclopedia has become an irretrievably broken platform for socialism.
Larry Sanger, co-founder of Wikipedia, published a blog post earlier this month declaring the online encyclopedia’s “neutral point of view” policy was “dead” due to the rampant left-wing bias of the site’s articles. Noting the article on President Trump, Sanger contrasted its extensive coverage...