Yeah, I do agree with regard to his earlier videos (he's been doing them for most of the pandemic, and I watched a good few of them and had no issue with them) but I feel like something has changed recently. Feels like he's started minimising the pandemic in a way he didn't before. For example, as well as the one talking about the criticism of the Pfizer vaccine trials and the one "debunking the debunking" of ivermectin, he did one emphasising the relatively small number of people who had COVID listed as the sole cause of death on the death certificate - which is something COVID skeptics have been going on about since the start, as if it matters much. That video of his led directly to this story:
It's as if he hasn't gone full COVID denailist or anything so outright irrational, but he seems to have started emphasising things that, while within the bounds of sustainable rational argument, subtly point a bit more towards the anti-lockdown/COVID is over-stated crowd.
He's also, I note, done a bunch on vaccine side-effects, but I actually haven't watched those because I worry they might stress me out (either because I'll find them to be anti-vaxx and so get me worked up politically, or, even, that they might trigger my own hypochondriacal tendencies and get me worrying about my own vaccinations!), so I don't know if he's started emphasising the downsides of vaccines now or if he's in fact being totally straight and impartial in those.
Edit - I mean, I really don't know, just those last few videos of his I saw seemed to be coming from a slightly-different stance to all his earlier ones. Maybe he's genuinely just shifted his views as the situation has changed, and is now more of a 'we have to get back to normal and live with COVID' point-of-view.