According to this answer about suggested edits :
Who can vote on a suggested edit?
- The owner of a post may cast a binding vote to accept or reject any modification of their post.
When a user with < 2000 rep edits a post it is in queue for review. But if the OP accepts it before it is reviewed by a > 2000 user, he can accept it regardless of the content.
I know you in some part own the content of your own post and can edit it at any time. But what if a new user sees an edit made by and user with more rep and accepts it because it looks good to him but it doesn't fit the standards the post will have to be edited again. So what's the point of letting that happen.
Adding things like :
- [Tag] in a title
- Help me plzz
- CONFUSED !!!
Any stuff we don't want in a post will almost everytim result in another edit.
This is a review I would have rejected / improved. But it was accepted.
The user corrected 2 white spaces, added what looks like a copy paste of a comment at the end of the question and some unecessary information like
I suggest users with < 2000 rep only get a vote when it comes to reviewing their own posts to make sure something we don't want doesn't get inserted in the post.