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LOOK: Mocha Uson’s Wikipedia Entry Now Lists All The Fake News She's Posted
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by FHM Staff | Apr 11, 2018
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Someone had way too much time on their hands.

An eagle-eyed Reddit user has discovered that Mocha Uson’s Wikipedia entry now has a list of all the fake news and misleading information she has shared on her social media accounts.

Submitted 13 hours ago by Redditor merdionesmondragon, the post shows “notable incidents” by the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) assistant secretary such as:

“Uson's Facebook post that called for prayers for Filipino soldiers, but which netizens pointed out accompanied a photo of praying Honduran forces. In her defense, Uson contended that she never claimed that the photo was that of members of the Philippine Army, and that the photo was just a ‘symbolism’.”

“Uson's posting a news report praising the DSWD under the Duterte Administration's system for packing 50,000 relief goods commenting ‘That's how much the Duterte Administration values the ordinary Filipino,’ when in fact, the news report was published on Oct. 1, 2015 before Duterte became president.”

“Sharing the photo of a dead girl who was supposedly raped and murdered by Filipino drug addicts and asking why there was no outrage from the Commission on Human Rights. It turned out that the incident was from Brazil in 2014. Uson later took down her post.”

Check out the Wikipedia link for the whole article.

According to the View History option of the website, the ‎Fake news and misleading information part of Uson’s Wiki entry was added last April 7 by an unknown editor.

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Here are some reactions from Redditors who first saw the news:

The post is not moderated and can be edited by anyone. But people of Reddit already have screenshots right here (in case, of course, it's deleted/edited by her followers).

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