I doubt you will find any. Even 0$ price tag of Blender is not enough to justify how inferior is it as a tool used solely for video editing. The workflow of dedicated video editors, such as Premiere, Vegas Pro, or Resolve (which comes with same price tag as Blender) is just miles ahead of Blender.
On top of that, Blender first needs to be customized to serve at least reasonably as a video editor, and customization of Blender is quite difficult given how current UI handles it. It will work for a Blender user, but it will not work for a newbie looking specifically for a video editor. The customization of Blender itself has at least 2 days of learning curve for those with no prior experience (for example having to manually click save preferences button or they get lost). That’s not something a YouTuber wanting to edit videos will every want to put up with.
If you open Adobe Premiere in comparison, as soon as you double click a desktop shortcut, you are pretty much ready to start video editing, even without any prior experience.
With these factors in mind, I am confident that pretty much 100% of people will not choose Blender discretely as a video editor. Only people who would are those, who use Blender for other tasks and are happy to have video editing capabilities packed in the same package. But no one will voluntarily make their lives that much more difficult, when it comes to video editing.
If you find even only one person, I will be perplexed.