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So this question:

https://skeptics.stackexchange.com/q/35561/21907

...was asked over in Politics SE and migrated here, but the migration was rejected, and it was put on-hold, but the comments were disabled too. Why were the comments disabled?

They didn't disable them in Politics SE. At best this seems impulsive as the question, though subjective, could be easily salvaged I think. At worst this comes across as censorship.

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    The comments are disabled because rejected migrations are automatically locked. This is an entirely automatic system. – Mad Scientist Oct 21 '16 at 13:13
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    Further to that: closing the question here sends it back to Politics, where the comments are still present and active. There's no point having the same stuff over here. – Sklivvz Oct 21 '16 at 13:21
  • Ah, gotchya. Together these comments make a good answer that I would accept. – LCIII Oct 21 '16 at 13:57
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I believe these to hold truth:

The comments are disabled because rejected migrations are automatically locked. This is an entirely automatic system.

Further to that: closing the question here sends it back to Politics, where the comments are still present and active. There's no point having the same stuff over here

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