> You can't serious spin this as some kind of politically correct overreaction
It is, so there's no need for spin. You went on to characterize Disney, which is wholly irrelevant to the issue...
> So expecting a video with guys holding "death to Jews"
To be correct:
Death to Jews, subscribe to Keemstar
It's a joke that cleverly doubles as political satire. It is still misrepresented by the WSJ, and has snowballed into some equivalent of "fake news" about a non-existent anti-semite. It's particularly interesting that his economic and social position was not enough to stop a focused media onslaught, without merit.