In the question Politely refusing to validate veiled bigotry, I asked (after, admittedly, having a somewhat lengthy discussion in the comments with the OP, which the mods duely deleted, and which I want to apololgize for) the OP for clarification about his question and suggested that he clear up a couple of issues.
In particular, I asked him to explain how the example he provided fits in with his question, which I couldn't make out, since he appears to ask how to adress bigotry without calling it that, and in a polite way, but never tells us whether he is talking about a discussion with the bigots themselves, or just people influenced by the bigots. His question seems to say the one thing and his example the other.
That comment survived the moderator action, as I thought it should, since it was as a suggestion for improvement (and explicitly so.) It was this comment that the OP answered with
"This is a tactic that is used by a well known white nationalist, he uses it in order to get people to not dismiss him as a bigot, one time my own stepson was taken in by this tactic. How do I politely address this tactic? There's the tl;dr for you."
which still leaves me wondering who he is trying to adress.
Now my comment is gone. I cannot reproduce it here, because it's gone, but I thought it was reasonably nice and helpful.
I was wondering whether it was deleted on purpose, and there was something wrong with the comment, or whether it just disappeared due to moderators deleting whole swathes of comments in one go.