Can’t tell from the photos… what Richard said, but if it’s only a short distance I wouldn’t call it a defect likely to lead to early failure. I’d call it out as poor quality construction and mention that this situation usually calls for solid shims- an additional 2x plate plus/or layers of plywood of proper thickness.
If it did lead to failure, how would it fail? I only see one wedge and even if it fell out, there’s a rim joist on edge resting on the sill plate. Loss of the wedge wouldn’t really cause a problem.
Ugly though. Not executed in a workman-like manner.