Same, he's made some good videos in the past and he's obviously interested in the genre. Which makes this false premise even more baffling.
I think it's the bandwagon effect, it seems like it's becoming increasingly harder to have an original opinion and not be judged for it, especially on social media.
Every statement is being weaponized and has the potential to be used against you, reason why, it seems to me, the major review publications and/or authors following a certain narrative need to stick to it and not challenge it.
Which is causing all form of discourse to feel shallow, cold and disconnected from what we used to call the norm, it's all orchestrated rather than spontaneous like it should be.
Perhaps it's because these individuals made a living creating half assed so called essays on youtube that require much less creative effort than to make it in the industry at large, all you have to do is to follow the social narrative and parrot the same bullet points to become productive, such is the society today it seems.