The answer https://christianity.stackexchange.com/a/75413/47406 twice says:
[...] hypocrisy of the religious Jews in question.
It implies that the rabbis at the time of Christ's life accepted that John was sent from God and just refused to say so, ignoring the fact that it goes against Judaism. There are many Jewish arguments against this, and Christians are entitled to have a different opinion.
I'm not concerned with the religious truth of either side, but with my personal safety. I have had a Christian who wanted to do me physical harm say "You killed Jesus" (meaning that I, as a Jew, was literally responsible for Jesus' crucifixion), and use passages from the Bible to support his stance.
I don't think answers should be critical of other religions, or their leaders when they're acting in alignment with their religion and therefore by implication the religion too, as it leads to friction and can have serious, real life, negative consequences.
My concern is that the answer is anti-Semitic. Should users be sensitive to how their posts could be interpreted by other religions? I have friends who are Christian, atheist, Jewish, Buddhist, Muslim, Sikh, etc., I enjoy learning about different belief systems, and I often find interesting questions here. I'd like to think that everyone is welcome here, even if their beliefs are different, as long as they're respectful.