You get the government sticking there finger in things just a little bit, ostensibly to regulate the marketplace for the purported good of the consumer, and the next thing you know, censorship.
Meanwhile, a demagogue with an axe to grind is putting out trash in the hope that it will spark violence, and remarkably enough it does. And he's got legions of right wingers out to defend him.
Yes, because it was indirect, and the odds of his video catching on like it did are so slim, it seems like protected speech. But it is borderline. Even the most ardent free speech proponent will not argue for freedom to yell fire in a crowded room. This filmmaker didn't do that, but not for lack of trying.
So who are all these people coming out of the woodwork to defend free speech in the disgusting case of almost-unprotected incitement? And why? And where are they when free speech really needs defending (but there are no Muslims to bash)?