close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for February 16 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. Wikipedia is classifying The Lincoln Project’s page on its site as “semi-protected,” meaning many users are restricted from editing the page, as the anti- Trump group deals with allegations of sexual harassment against co-founder John Weaver. “Semi-protection is useful when there is a significant amount of disruption or vandalism from new or unregistered users, or to prevent sockpuppets of blocked or banned users from editing, especially when it occurs on biographies of living persons who have had a recent high level of media interest,” Wikipedia’s page on semi-protected pages explains. SECOND MINOR ACCUSES LINCOLN PROJECT CO-FOUNDER OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT, AUTHOR SAYS The Lincoln Project’s Wikipedia page does not mention the sexual misconduct allegations against Weaver until the second-to-last paragraph of its “History” section. The Lincoln Project said Monday that it will be moving forward with its work after several members, including co-founders Jennifer Horn and Steve Schmidt, resigned amid the fallout over Weaver. Mike Madrid, Rick Wilson, Steve Schmidt, and Reed Galen during a “60 Minutes” interview about the Lincoln Project last year. “The Lincoln Project will continue producing and distributing our popular content and commentary while these reviews… Read full this story
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