"Documentary" isn't a correct characterization of his various works, precisely because he aspires to persuade. To his credit, he has become a little less biased over time, but certainly not enough to convert his highly entertaining propaganda into informative news pieces.
You should check out "Micheal and Me" and see how well he does when someone collars him on the street with a camera, then proves him completely ignorant about a subject (gun control) that someone producing a documentary about it might be expected to know.
He also claims he's from Flint, which is false. He's from Davison, which is one of the suburbs that grew up in the late 60's when the white people moved to avoid the black people in Flint burining and looting. He also lived for a while in Grand Blanc, which is French for "great white." Coincidence? You decide!
A friend of mine worked for him for a couple years, c. 1984, at the "Village Voice," his 4-leaf 'newspaper' published in Flint.
She said she's never met a worse male chauvinist.
When he produces a documentary about the global warming hoax, maybe he'll deserve some resepect.
If the person making a decision is not the one assuming the risks of a potential mistake, then the decision is more often a poor one. -T.Sowell
I hate tmaq so much that I completely misread his post.