There is, of course, no taboo on Ken Bone questions.
Poor questions are normally placed "On Hold" to give both the original poster and other users an opportunity to make edits to the question to bring it up to the community standards, and rescue the question so it can be reopened.
I deleted this particular question, because it had practically zero chance of ever being rescued. There was no point in leaving it around to waste people's time on, when they could be fixing more salvageable questions.
The question was about the motivation of an individual. We can never know what Anderson Cooper was thinking, so that is off-topic.
The question did not have any references to show that it was notable. We require claims to be notable for a number of reasons. We don't accept claims that are just idle speculations by the poster.
Most importantly, this question was based on a completely false premise. Cooper did not pick Bone last, so the rest of the question on his motivations (and magical powers to predict the random whims of the Internet) doesn't make sense.
I'd invite you to read the both the Welcome to New Users, and in particular the FAQ Entry on what makes a good question to avoid having your questions need to be put on hold or require major edits by others others.