Yeah, I did.
First thing that seemed off is that the occupation of the person speaking is listed as “archaeologist”. Archaeologists are not biologists so I was confused why this guy is given any credibility at all in terms of a question about DNA. I then googled his name: Ron Wyatt. Lo and behold he’s not even an archaeologist! He’s a nurse anesthetist who became an armchair quarterback of an “archaeologist” chasing whatever pseudoscience is currently popular among Evangelical Christians. The guy is a charlatan.
Couple that with the fact that the video immediately starts talking about a sample of “dead blood” without any reference to how this blood was obtained and why it’s reasonable to assume that it belonged to a very specific Jew from 1st century Palestine and you begin to see that this has about as much scientific credibility as Indiana Jones. I won’t even begin to start dissecting his erroneous biological assumptions like “you can see whole chromosomes but not DNA” and then goes on to say that all of the autosomal chromosomes were identical to their sister chromosomes, something you wouldn’t be able to tell without actually… sequencing the DNA!
This is a joke, and you look incredibly foolish posting it. Even more so when you admit that you yourself didn’t even watch it before passing it off!