Politics Stack Exchange is not an op ed hosting site. It is not a platform for people to publish long, elaborate criticisms of or philippics against certain political actors that only vaguely disguise as questions.
Questions should, in general:
- ask about the functioning of the political process or governments in general without relying on the action of specific actors;
- attempt to understand the general ideas and principles of political ideologies or programmes; or
- attempt to understand reasons that underlie specific actions or utterances by actors as far as these motivations are able to be determined without resorting to too much speculation.
(There are more types of questions that can be good ones and acceptable on this site, but I think those would be three of the main ones.)
Likewise, answers are also not a platform to publish long, elaborate criticisms of or philippics against ... you get the picture. Instead, they should attempt to explain the actions that happen, the rites that underlie, the legal, ideological or political motivations, etc.
Criticisms of the actors can, of course, happen in either questions or answers. However, the point of questions should never be criticisms first, question second; and likewise, the point of answers should never be criticism first, answer second.
Thus, if you are looking for postings that explicitly criticise the current or any former US administration, you are on the wrong site.
In this posting, the word 'criticism' and its derivatives can be substituted with an appropriate form of 'praise' at every single point. Just to make that part crystal clear.