Well this didn’t age well…

Fake News Wikipedia devoted an entire page to Spygate (conspiracy theory by Donald Trump)

The entry reads like a mainstream liberal media outlet.

Spygate is a conspiracy theory initiated by President Donald Trump in May 2018 that the Obama administration had implanted a spy very early in his 2016 presidential campaign for political purposes.[1][2][3][4]

On May 22–23, 2018, Trump made these assertions, without evidence, adding that it was done in an effort to help Trump’s rival, Hillary Clinton, win the general election. He said this person was paid a “massive amount of money” for doing so.[5][6] Stefan Halper, a longtime FBI informant, had approached separately three Trump campaign advisers in 2016 in a covert effort to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections, but as of April 2019, no evidence has surfaced that he had joined Trump’s campaign or acted improperly.[7]

On June 5, 2018, Trump further alleged that a counterintelligence operation into the Trump campaign had been running since December 2015.[8] The House Intelligence Committee, then in Republican control, concluded in an April 2018 report that the FBI counterintelligence investigation of the Trump campaign began in late July 2016, while the February 2018 Nunes memo written by Republican aides reached the same conclusion, as did the February 2018 rebuttal memo by committee Democrats.[9][10][11]

High-ranking politicians on both sides of the aisle, as well as Fox News personalities, have dismissed Trump’s allegations as lacking evidence and maintained that the FBI did nothing improper. Trump’s claims have been shown to be false.[5][12][13]

On Thursday The New York Times finally admitted the Obama administration was spying on the Trump campaign.
President Donald Trump was right all along.

Meanwhile, liberal media outlets and Wikipedia fake news purveyors will suffer no consequences for two years of lying to the American people.
Never trust the liberal media.