It depends on what you mean by "did not like". The moderators did not like this question on the main site because it was off-topic for that site. It is on-topic here.
Moderators "do not like" questions that are off-topic because the questions asks about (for example) philosophy or history rather than politics. As there are overlaps between StackExchange sites, so questions that are only a somewhat questionable match as opposed to a complete mismatch are supposed to remain where they were asked. The moderators here generally follow that rule.
Moderators "do not like" questions that appear to be asked in bad faith and questions that ask for opinions and do not / cannot have a definitive answer. Those questions are rightfully closed.
Moderators "do not like" questions where it's not clear at all what the question is asking. Moderators (or the community) will close such questions, and perhaps later reopen them if the original poster has clarified the question. Most of those unclear questions however are drive-by questions, questions asked by a newcomer who never comes back.
Finally, regarding questions that are on-topic, are asked in good faith, and are clear about what is being asked, but are about topics that a moderator has strong political feelings: Moderators are not supposed to close or migrate such questions, and they generally do not do so.