Hmm... Contra reinforcing "problematic" stereotypes and using homophobic slurs? Kinda goes against the standards that she holds for everyone else, as usual.
Anyway, as for PoQ's theory that Contra is a front for corporate produced propaganda, I see this as an out there hypothesis that is probably based on some underlying truths. Lindsay Ellis has a team that work for her after all, presumably made possible with money she makes from her industry ties. Given her friendship with Lindsay, Lindsay has probably used her connections to help her. I think it's likely that Contra has secret sponsors that we don't know about, who may be nudging her in certain directions. It's also possible that she's been schooled and given direction on propaganda techniques, which would explain the sudden shift in style and production values.
What we know for sure is that multiple corporate media outlets have rallied behind Contra, and that Contra has tried to backtrack on most of her previous work (ie. calling her early videos against the Alt Right "reckless") in order to cultivate a more "clean" image. She's also tried to cover up her youtube history to avoid being seen as "problematic," aided by that article @Nykysnottrans shared a while ago that portrayed her as a new youtuber who started in 2016 and became an instant star. It's highly unlikely that this is a one way relationship: Contra has likely had to make some changes to her content in order to earn this support.