Well he still has the right to question it. Its not like he is the only one that feels this way. ND could just say that they aren't working on some kind of agenda instead of telling the people who have the concern to fuck off because the games are not made for them.
I never questioned his right to voice his opinions, yet here you are implying I did.
He has every right to express his opinion. His opinion is baseless, nonsensical, little more than him disliking ND twitter feed. It isn't so much an opinion as a feeling of discomfort.
Furthermore, ND's employee wasn't responding to people's "legitimate concern" about the s, but quite clearly addressing the wave of complaints there were "too many feeeemales" in E3 trailers (with Battlefield 5 leading the charge). Misrepresenting the tweet to imply this is ND's general policy is a bad faith argument from the video itself, so I don't blame you...