It's a bit muddled but the basic premise is a sound question: was Ford antisemitic?
I didn't vote on it or close it, but I can see several reasons why others did. First of all, any question that asks "why" is likely to be closed, because nobody can truly know why somebody did something or felt something. Secondly, the question seems to me as if it is more of a statement than a question. It goes way too far in trying to influence the way people answer. It seems as if the person asking the "question" is actually offering up his own opinion and asking others to agree with him. That in itself is more likely to spur discussion and debate, rather than elicit an actual answer.
If you read through the comments on the question, at least a couple of people were quite up front about their problems with that question. Some of that (the lack of references) has been corrected now.
At over 2K, you should have enough rep to vote to reopen it. If you really feel that way, I'm curious why you haven't done that. If enough folks agree with you, it will get reopened. That's how our community moderation is supposed to work.
The way I would characterize the question is "incomplete." At one level, the OP answers his own question, by asserting that Henry Ford was not anti-semitic. Then why ask the question? The answer appears to be that he is trying to refute a particular allegation from some OTHER source. In order to answer the OP's question, we need to know who that other source is, what he allegedly said, and why the OP is trying to refute him.