I understand there's an algorithm that tweets a question with a high number of views in (x amount of time).
Two of the three mods on Parenting have suspended activity due to well known recent circumstances, leaving one mod to handle an HNQ. We are all well acquainted with the down-sides of HNQs and the amount of work entailed in moderating them.
The first comment, When I didn't know English well enough, I had the impression that "hypocritical" means "related to religion". (by this user) received 17 upvotes before being deleted.
Another comment suggested euthanizing the child. Another, an exorcism. And of course the OP was criticized for belief in a supreme being.
I could not in good conscience leave the comments thread alone; there was unkindness, discourtesy, intolerance, bigotry and worse on display for all the world (of SE) to see. For a network that wants to exemplify being nice, driving traffic to undermoderated sites where users can see hatred on display would seem to me to be counterproductive.
Might it be possible to add a check to the algorithm so that it doesn't tweet questions with limited moderation?
If not, can TPTB hasten doing what needs to be done so that mods who have suspended activity can feel better about returning to moderation?
Maybe suspending all tweeting until all is well again would be the best option.