This is an interesting question and I do not have an authoritative answer. But I continue to believe that there is something in the output that is a non print character which indicates a field with no content.
There is certainly not anything inherent in the comma that is not processed by the regular expression. I set up a test with a line that has whitespace followed by a comma and the show command processed it just as expected
router#show run | inc t , description test , does it find a comma
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