Shia LaBeouf protest of U.S. President, Donald Trump has been going around the clock since his inauguration on Friday afternoon. A protest he says will go on every day for 4 years, if he has to. That protest has been on continuous live stream.
On Sunday afternoon, the actor continued with his protest with a group of young people outside of the Museum of the Moving Image in Manhattan, chanting, “He Will Not Divide Us.”
A young man, identified as a ‘white supremacist'(there is a question if the man was planted as an actor or not), walked up to the camera saying, “We must secure the existence of white people.” That set LaBeouf off, as he then walked up to the man, got in his face, chanting loudly and directly in the man’s ear continuously. The man tried to continue to talk into the camera with no success, as the group began chanting louder with LaBeouf until the man backed off.
New York City police will be monitoring LaBoeuf’s protest, as this was the second incident since it began. On Saturday, a man carrying a ‘Pepe 2020’ sign approach the camera and LaBoeuf reportedly attempted to punch him in the face.
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