Sometimes a post expresses opinions that clearly disrupt the forum peace and violate rules. In that case, one would flag that post.
If that post however receives a significant amount of likes, the likers commit support for this rule break. I think flagging the author’s post alone is not enough of an action, and it would go unnoticed by the likers. If a moderator removes the flagged post, the mindset behind the post and its likes remains still tolerable behavior in the community.
How do moderators see that a flag is about not only about a post’s content but also about its likes? What should be done in such a case?