The video looks to me like a demonstration of being able to hit while moving dynamically. Nothing wrong with that except to people who believe a fight is a static situation with all the time in the world to employ "proper" marksmanship fundamentals.
Also pretty cheesy for the guy trying to call this instructor out so covertly while plugging his own gig. Military and LEO contracts? Big deal, that don't mean squat for the average Joe on the street. How many people have the ability to roll into a fight with backup and airstrikes? Anyone have ability to stake out an ambush or gather intelligence on your adversary before engaging him? Or are you likely to be caught behind the curve and reacting to an assault rather than initiating one?
Looks to me like RP is teaching a reality based curriculum rather than some modern technique, gun game based bs.