I recently posted a well-received answer to a question about diversity in hiring. Unsurprisingly, this question has become mildly controversial among people who have different views on the value of diversity, and it's been tagged with the "Controversial Post" banner and protected so that users with less than 10 reputation can't add answers.
However, my answer received an anonymous suggested edit this morning, which changed the sentence "Reassess the criteria you're using to judge "success" in an interview" to "Move the goalposts", with the edit message "this is honestly hilarious". It seems clear to me that this is a bad-faith edit where an anonymous user rephrasing my advice into a phrasing with much more negative connotations as a challenge to my answer's premise.
Disappointingly, two users quickly approved this edit, and it was applied by the Community user until I noticed and rejected it. Is there anything that can be done about this, either in terms of the anonymous user who suggested it or the reviewers who approved it? I'm surprised that (what is to my eye) a clearly troll edit was able to be so quickly applied to a protected question.