Agreed. I do think his takes on gender and race are the most controversial according to Breadtube orthodoxy standards. He's expressed support for "gender abolition," which is bound to piss off the trans and non binaries, and he cannot support an ethnic homeland for Blacks and Native Americans while criticizing whites for the same desire, which is a key belief for the Zoomer Sjws.He cycles back and forth between shitting on and half-sticking up for whites. It's like his whole thought process is based on wanting to disrupt prevailing orthodoxies due to some personal maladjustment, rather than any consistent values or principles, so sometimes he gets bored with the grift and plays chicken with "unacceptable ideas" on the cultural left, stopping just short of getting purity spiraled into oblivion.
It's a big part of why his content is really uninteresting to me. Every time he "owns TERFs" and gives us the postmodernism 101 rundown about how men should be able to compete in women's sports because language doesn't even real I'm just bored out of my mind because I suspect he's too smart (not VERY smart, but smart enough) to genuinely put stock in what he's saying.
I'm actually fully with Vaush on siding with logic that if you oppose White nationalism, this disdain should be extended equally to the racial supremacy of other groups... but of course a true and honest leftist would just let a "BIPOC" take his house and all his belongings, and still come up with a theory explaining how ole whitey was behind all of it.