The question asked here isn't a question, but a statement.
The issue is systemic, an edit bumps a question to the from page, as does a new answer. This is how all of SE is coded.
Privileges are granted based on member rep. Editing with no need for approval is granted at 2000. There have been kind members who offered edits, laundry lists of them, and it's taken time to approve them all. At times, I'd pace, so they weren't filling the first page. In this case, the member is 2000+ rep and is free to do this.
If I ran the world, these would either (A) not bump, and would not be even noticed, or (B) throttle, by either (B1) limiting members to X edits per day, or (B2) prioritizing, so edits on older posts don't go though at a rate of more than X per day. But I don't, and this question seems to have been discussed already, at a higher level.
Update - One solution is to bookmark by newest question. This will avoid the bumped edited posts.