You've posted a question across 3 sites in the Stack Exchange network.
You're reasoning for that was, that you didn't get good "view rates". If you feel like not enough people have viewed your question within the first hour, then that is no reason to post the same question on another site, for several reasons:
1 hour is an insignificant amount given the lifetime of a question. If your question is relevant and interesting it will be viewed many times in the future. Never expect to get the answer you're looking for within the first day.
It doesn't matter how many people viewed your question. In the end, you only care about that 1 person that posts the answer you're looking for.
You never post the same question on multiple sites in the Stack Exchange network. There are many questions across the meta sites of the network that handle this topic. To get you started, read Is cross-posting a question on multiple Stack Exchange sites permitted if the question is on-topic for each site?
Long story short, we don't want the same question on multiple sites. Multiple people might invest their time and then, in the end, create duplicate information. We hate duplicate information.
So, that's why your question was deleted, not because we "were unable to answer" or "want to show our power". Quite honestly, those allegations are offensive and not the proper way to start a discussion about the reasoning about the way your post was handled.
For the future, if you feel like you've been unfairly dealt with, post on meta, but bring up the problem without accusing people of having negative character traits.
If you have a question on a site for several days and it has not gained any attention, you can flag that question and ask for it to be migrated to another site; which is the proper way of dealing with a situation like this.