An edit to the question I was cheated into a job and want to leave ASAP, what do I tell my interviewers? just came across my review queue. The edit just added the following text to the end of the question:
Can you please provide your location? I feel like I am in the exact same situation as you are. I'm new to Stack Exchange and do not have commenting privileges.
The edit is very obviously a response to the OP asking for more information, and the editor even admits as much in the text. Clearly this should be rejected, but the history shows that one user has already approved this edit.
Is there anything that can be done about this very blatant lack of actual reviewing? I've seen this very often where it seems a reviewer is just clicking through and not actually reading any of the suggested edits. I'm not sure that there is any ability to suspend or limit review privileges once they've been granted, and I'm not necessarily suggesting that even if it were possible. However, I think problematic behavior like this could warrant a direct message from mods asking the user to be more responsible if they choose to review posts.
Now, it is possible that the reviewer accidentally clicked the wrong button and can't change it back, so I'm not saying to pass judgement on one edit review. However, I would think that moderators could be able to see some sort of statistic on # approved vs # rejected, or percentage of approvals that were rejected by other reviewers.