Well — your examples are being handled appropriately.
It is worth considering both the spirit and letter of the overall rules.
In cases where it is a specific person — I think the intent is to have the correct pronoun. Editing someone who is indisputably "he" or "she" to "they" certainly doesn't match the spirit of "call people by their correct pronouns". In many of these cases, considering that the people in question are public figures, looking them up should be trivial. Using the singular they here might be incorrect in many of these cases (though if it is correct, maybe adding the source to the edit summary is a great idea).
Likewise — where a text uses a specific set of gender specific pronouns — it is for the body that is writing it to choose to switch to a neutral set of pronouns. A quotation is a quotation, and ought to be exactly as the source is.
As such, a good chunk of the edits here are bogus and counter-productive and ought to be rejected.