The revolution will be livestreamed if Shia LaBeouf has anything to do with it.

In protest of the inauguration of a hot Cheeto being sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, the actor/activist launched a participatory livestream project which will last four years, or the entirety of the Trump presidency.

Titled, He Will Not Divide Us, the project invites literally anyone to make their way to a camera positioned outside the Museum of the Moving Image in New York to repeat the phrase, "He will not divide us."

But there's been a few disheartening setbacks along the way. When a white supremacist decided to show up over the weekend with the hopes of chanting some racist bullshit into the camera, LaBeouf shut him down by screaming "He will not divide us" into his face until he left. But when a neo-nazi approached him and said "Hitler did nothing wrong," Shia pushed the idiot who claimed he "attacked him".

Shia was later arrested for the altercation, according to the unofficial Twitter account dedicated to reporting on the happenings of the livestream.

"Shia took a hit for us. There were all these Nazis here, he came out and tried to protect us," they reported. He was eventually released and arrived back on the site to continue the good work.

Sidenote: You definitely to check out our coverage from the Women's March on Washington.