When I google "can you counterspell a counterspell", google returns an answer snippet from the site:
Unfortunately, this snippet comes from this answer, which has a score of -17 at the moment, making it one of the top 10 lowest scoring answers on our entire site. This is obviously not a good "featured snippet". Normally, I would say "a score of -17 sends a strong signal to the reader about the quality of the information", however, the google snippet does not reflect this score, and if a reader does not click the link in the google snippet, they will never see that this answer is one of the worst performing answers on our site.
Deleting it should make it so that google's robots cannot fetch it for their snippet, so would it be appropriate to delete it?
Alternatively, if everyone reading this goes and provides "this is misleading" feedback to the snippet, it may just go away on its own.