Left-wing nut job Shia LaBeouf’s alleged four-year protest of President Donald Trump in front of a New York City museum is proving to be a lively place.
Since being arrested last week for getting into a scuffle with a man at the art exhibit, titled “He Will Not Divide Us,” LaBeouf sightings have been scarce.
But Donald Trump supporters have been happy to fill the void, taking advantage of a Facebook live-stream camera the performance artist set up.
Video clips and other images posted on Twitter show the president’s supporters are turning out and it creates a raucous atmosphere when anti-Trump folks are on hand.
In the video below, several young men wearing Trump’s trademark “Make America Great Again” hats are seen getting into a confrontation with others. Ironically, as the two sides square off, some chant, “He will not divide us!”
When one of New York’s Finest shows up, some in the crowd show their support — here’s a hint, it’s not the left.
— D ? (@dcllive1) January 28, 2017
Another video captures “old school New Yorkers,” see Italian goombas, unloading on anyone and everyone on the left who hates the president, including Chelsea Handler, who insulted first lady Melania Trump.
*Caution Adult Language
WATCH: Old school New Yorkers troll Hollywood on Shia Labeouf’s FaceBook LiveStream. pic.twitter.com/mycpvKKZ6A
— Deplorable Vet ?? (@KGBVeteran) January 27, 2017
But the trolling doesn’t stop there, as seen in the caption of this screen shot: “Looks like Shia LaBeouf decided to ‘#BuildTheWall‘ around the camera.”
— Craig R. Brittain (@CraigRBrittain) January 29, 2017
Even comedian Sam Hyde, a vocal supporter of Trump’s, showed up to troll LaBeouf.
— San Frexit Ⓜ️ (@San_Frexit) January 28, 2017
Hyde posted a YouTube message calling LaBeouf out, saying he is “not a real artist.”
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