In the Close Votes review queue, I got Graphics Card Adapter Is Facing Backwards as an audit question.
The question had a colorful history: closed by a moderator as unclear, subsequently edited a number of times, reopening was rejected by the community, it was modified some more, reopened by a moderator, then it received a decent answer. Reopening the question happened back on July 18. (For reference, the timeline is here.)
So for 2 1/2 weeks, the question has been in acceptable form, as assessed by a moderator. The question is now open, with no visible sign of any issue (other than some downvotes from when it was first posted). It looks OK to me, also. I verified that the question was determined to be acceptable, then voted to leave it open. That triggered the "STOP! Look and Listen" audit failure notice.
This situation looks oddly similar to a question here from 4 1/2 years ago: Yet Another Bad Audit – It was wrong to agree with a moderator.
Does this sequence of events imply that the audit bot collects questions based on their status at that time, then uses them for audits over a long period of time, and never rechecks them to verify that the status hasn't changed?
If so, that seems like an unreliable basis. For this question, assuming the bot looks for questions that have failed reopen review, the question was in that state for a total of 3 minutes. But if it is uncommon for moderator intervention to make an audit question invalid, perhaps it's just another shortcoming contributing to "close enough" that allows a totally automated system?