The guidance on What topics can I ask about here? reads:
Politics Stack Exchange is for objective questions about governments, policies and political processes.
It is not a place to advance opinions or debate, but rather for exchanging objective information about the policies, processes, and personalities that comprise the political arena. If you can't back it up, it's subjective.
Based on the above, questions such as
- Why is President Trump making such a big deal about fake news, and specifically targeting reputable organizations like The New York Times and CNN?
- Why do BLM protestors continue after all four police involved in the killing of George Floyd are facing charges?
- Why are states purportedly performing assassinations with chemical and radioactive weapons?
- How does Donald Trump Jr. benefit from releasing the e-mails he released?
are and can only attract answers which are clearly opinion-based. None of the questions above can ever be addressed by providing an objective, fact-based or policy-based answer.
Yet they are answered and allowed.
Some other questions, however, are closed down.
Barring a double-standard bias being applied to Politics SE, what other reason is there for this discrepancy?