The presumption with this answer is the editing of this:
The key parts of the FAQ are these quotes:
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Treat others with the same respect you’d want them to treat you
because we’re all here to learn, together. Be tolerant of others who
may not know everything you know, and bring your sense of humor.
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We love clear and succinct questions and answers. Everyone who uses the site are able to edit & submit edits. We tend to hone a question or answer until it is precise and to the point.
This is what has happened here. The editors have tidied & cleaned. The perceived 'argumentative' parts of the question have been dropped in favour of clarity and relevance.
Freedom of speech is not the issue here - you are more than welcome to express a question in any way you feel like. Opinions though do not form good questions and thus everyone edits to ensure the question is fully understood without the dramatic turn-of-phrase.