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[–] 1738356? 4 points 39 points (+43|-4) ago 

Replacing a post that was critical of shit /u/she did, and then putting in a sanitized version without all the bad bits isn't that transparent. Also, /v/modsofaskvoat is a joke in order to put criticism into a place where it will never be read, and everybody knows it.

[–] [deleted] 10 points -8 points (+2|-10) ago  (edited ago)

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[–] 1776021? 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

No, I do think that the response got better, however there was a small amount of cover up (nowhere near reddit proportions) which was a bit worrying. I do however think that sidelining meta posts too much (sometimes meta shit can ruin subs) is not very good.

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[–] HomerSimpson 19 points -12 points (+7|-19) ago 

Show me examples of bad shit she did...

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[–] CrowTRobot 0 points 29 points (+29|-0) ago  (edited ago)

This one is the specific post he's talking about.

https://voat.co/v/AskVoat/comments/401467

It even has the all powerful question mark, yet it was removed based on stretch definitions of "spam, clickbait (wtf), marketing, and self-promotion."

Wanna allow meta posts that discuss sub moderation to be nuked by those methods? That shouldn't have a place here.