"My last flag was declined.This answer clearly disrespects some of the topmost saints who hold Srimad Bhagavatam in high esteem. The language in this answer is completely unacceptable. If the word neovedanta can be deemed to be hateful, I wonder how this answer is not the same. The author is pretty much inactive for 3 years or so. So any reason why this answer is acceptable here?"
The mod who reviewed it has this to say: "This answer only has arguments that which support Devi Bhagavatam is authentic. This is old age debate between two Bhagavatams. I don't think language in answer is offensive or rude."
There was a question which mentioned the word neovedanta and everyone was jumping on the poster to be respectful, yet someone, who clearly seems to have created an account just for posting this answer, states basically that Bhagavatam was a vaishnava creation to demean Lord Shiva and everyone seems to be ok with that.
So, next time someone decides to drag another sampradaya or another well respected and commented text through the mud, would we have the same standards applied?
Of course, I have also seen disregard for factual inaccuracies as well but I kind of get a feeling that it is all fine as long as the majority sentiment is not hurt.