If you are making a reported $15 million a year spewing total nonsense into a microphone, don't be surprised that the very same audience might actually object to you using Nazi imagery and anti-Semitic humor. Sure, you have the right to say what you want BUT everyone else has the right not to like it. I think the expression is "too big for your britches."
It’s part of what makes his anti-Semitic humor and use of Nazi imagery so hard to dismiss, and what likely forced Disney and YouTube to terminate or limit their relationships with him. But that’s only part of the story: Kjellberg is a young guy with a huge audience who loves laughing at his own messages about killing Jews, and he’s very upset the media isn’t willing to laugh along with him.