By Jeff Labrecque
Updated March 07, 2012 at 06:35 PM EST

Andrew Breitbart, the crusading conservative Internet publisher who passed away Thursday at the age of 43, spewed and inspired some of the most inflamed political vitriol. Even after his death, his enemies struggled to say a kind word. So it shouldn’t be surprising that an upcoming documentary about him is titled, Hating Breitbart. Slated for release sometime this year, the doc presents the provocateur as a martyr for the right-wing cause who is constantly attacked for standing up for what he believes is right. In colorful — and in one instance, explicit — language, Breitbart rants about the mainstream media’s efforts to malign him and denigrate the efforts of the Tea Party movement. He sounds almost as agitated and paranoid as some of his opponents on the Left, who make similar complaints about his side’s tactics. Take a look at the trailer for a film that will in no way change anyone’s mind about Breitbart and the political battles he waged.