I asked this question to find out if (in a specific instance of) antisemitic affiliations within the Democratic Party have, there have been any apologies issued.
A number of users (Alexander O'Mara, Christian, Drunk Cynic, PoloHoleSet, Joe C) have voted to close the question. To be fair, 2 of the users (Christian and Drunk Cynic) left comments stating why they thought the question could be improved. Although that doesn't justify closing the question as "off topic", it does show that their intentions may be to improve the quality of the content on the site.
However, what about the others? Whether they are trying to steer attention away from something which may embarrass the party they root for or whether they are, themselves, supportive of the antisemitism and want it to remain unaddressed, should we not expect some actions to be taken by the moderators in light of the "No Bigotry" policy?
EDIT: if this question would be better asked on meta.stackexchange.com, please, let me know. I guess I can also posit a direct question to stackexchange.com/about/contact about how they want to treat whitewashing of antisemitism on their site.