Dave has bosses too. He wasn't lazy at all with this, put in a lot of work with it and I think it's mostly fair...especially on the off field stuff. The soda can crew will gnash their teeth as usual because it isn't positive.
Wasn't criticizing anyone in particular, just commenting that, based on what you've said here, someone edited a lot your comments out. Overall I'd say the piece is accurate, but I don't know if I'd call it fair. It talks about the lack of investment in the club after the Leipzig purchase, yet doesn't mention the dollars put into the Academy and the USL team. No mention how the team has won three Shields in the last five years, two of them coming after the "decrease" in investment. They also refer to NY and Salzburg as farms teams for Leipzig, when we have yet to send a player there (I know Tyler is on his way) and Salzburg isn't hurting from having theirs go to Germany (they went further in the Europa League than Leipzig last season). So while I think almost everything in the video is true, it ignores almost anything positive (RBA excluded), making it hard to call it fair.
Personally, I have an embattled history with Red Bull. I stopped supporting the team when the club was rebranded, came back when they signed Henry (my favorite player from his days at Arsenal), and have now grown to really appreciate the way they currently run the sporting side (youth development, young foreign signings, USL team, etc.). However, the business and fan engagement side of the team is a shitstorm. The Portlands, SKCs, Seattles, and Atlantas of the league make what's happening here seem like a joke. Branding matters when it comes to support, look at how much better SKC drew after they dropped the "Wiz" moniker. I think it's weird for a lot of people to root for a team named after a product; I almost never wear team gear outside of match day, because I don't want to walk around looking like a fan of soda.
On the sporting side they are more "local" than any other club in MLS. On the business, fan engagement side, the are probably the least "local".