I'm addled why there are comments with "you falsely claimed", and they're upvoted. The title of post unmistakably states "a moderator unilaterally deletes Meta questions", and I've never edited it. I screenshot the deleted questions to elucidate.
A moderator at Quantitative Finance deleted https://quant.meta.stackexchange.com/q/1644 that questions the deletion of the https://quant.meta.stackexchange.com/q/1642, https://quant.meta.stackexchange.com/q/1641.
The moderator left a comment on one of the now-deleted meta questions:
We have discussed this exact same question before. Specific questions are not a topic for meta. Discuss in the comments on the main site.
How can I "Discuss in the comments on the main site" if the original question is now deleted?
If a moderator deletes Meta questions on why main site questions were closed, then where else can I possibly question such closures?