So I have this meta question - This SE site doesn't have a chance with the current users and mods, how does this get fixed?
It is still unresolved as there are a wide variety of examples still with wrong answers heavily upvoted - supported by the site's mods. And those questions have right answer(s) downvoted and unsupported by the site's mods.
In the meta question I mention the serial downvotes I received. I am a long-time SE member and top on a few sites. I am smart enough to recognize serial voting. I am sure most long-time SE users are.
I have people and examples of testing serial voting. Simply if you vote on enough things the system does not catch this behavior.
This serial voting was not just downvoting my answers but often included writing an answer on their own that was very close to mine, followed by quick upvotes - yes Sports SE is easy to see this when most questions unless they are a network question receive very little views or votes. There was a defined pattern and most of the "new" answers were written and/or comments by a small group of users including mods. (SE isn't about knowledge it is a game score basically)
Question at hand:
So above was some history and points of reference. Now based on my meta question at the top and the meta question itself... User comments that supported or added to my answers including my own were deleted from multiple questions. No comments supporting the other answers were deleted, none of these were "discussions", and negative comments (mainly by the mods) were kept.
What is funny is the mods kept comments that were outdated. Example is asking for a reference and then keeping the comment once reference was given, yet deleting other comments that added to the answer.
So is there a mechanism or check to make sure there is not serial or deceptive comment deletion?