The revolution was to be livestreamed. That was Shia LaBeouf's idea, anyway, but it turns out that the Museum of Moving Image had other ideas. Originally, the actor/activist had set up a streaming instillation in protest of the inauguration of a hot Cheeto being sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. The stream, titled He Will Not Divide Us, was supposed to last four years, or the entirety of the Trump presidency but the museum shut down the project on Friday, stating that it had become an "ongoing public safety hazard".

Since its start, the stream had also become very controversial as notable alt-right members flocked to the camera to start problems with their racist agenda and Shia was even arrested at one point for pushing a neo-nazi. "The installation had become a flashpoint for violence and was disrupted from its original intent," the Museum said in its statement. "While the installation began constructively, it deteriorated markedly after one of the artists was arrested on the site of the installation and ultimately necessitated this action. Over the course of the installation, there have been dozens of threats of violence and numerous arrests, such that police felt compelled to be stationed outside the installation 24 hours a day, seven days a week."

"On February 10, 2017, the Museum of the Moving Image abandoned the project. The artists, however, have not," the website reads.