On Trump's dreaded inauguration day, Shia LaBeouf set up a livestream that was supposed to last four years or the duration of the Trump presidency. It was a livestream protest where people were given the opportunity to show that even someone as hateful as Donald Trump couldn't divide the nation. But it turns out, the nation was already divided.

After neo-nazis and the alt-right came out in droves to wreak havoc on the livestream, the Musuem of Moving Image shut down the project and Shia LaBeouf had to find somewhere else to protest.

Now, the actor/activist has found the He Will Not Divide Us stream a home in New Mexico and he's released a statement with his collaborators, Nastja Säde Rönkkö and Luke Turner.

"From the outset, the museum failed to address our concerns about the misleading framing of our piece as a political rally, rather than as a participatory performance artwork resisting the normalization of division. On numerous occasions, we voiced serious concerns to the museum about hate speech occurring at the site of our project, and requested that the museum act responsibly in moderating this and providing the public a means of reporting such incidents. Our requests were not even acknowledged, let alone acted upon."