I won't name a particular user here, although I do have one in mind as the prime example, but as general note: some users turn their questions (sometimes after they are answered) into [fairly long] blog posts letting us know their opinions on this-and-that issue related to the Covid-19 epidemic. Please vote to delete such "questions". Getting into a rollback war with the OP is generally not worth the hassle as such questions are generally of low quality to begin with.
As I didn't have saved links to the (thankfully, quickly) deleted older questions, I'll show you one for a more recently posted one (as requested in a comment below). Although it's not as weird as the old questions were, it's still a rhetorical question at best:
Shouldn't the government (or Congress) before taking any decision impose more transparency and let them make public some more details?
See also this answer which calls downvoters "trolls"; I have flagged the latter, so it may be gone soon.