WE GOT IT RIGHT: HWNDU CLOSES DOWN DUE TO LEFTIST VIOLENCE

A HWNDU into the madness and fakery of the Left.

Just as we predicted a mere 12 days ago, Shia LaBeouf's ludicrous anti-Trump art project "He Will Not Divide Us" has been shut down after becoming a flash point for Leftist violence.   

On the 30th of January we wrote:
"We predict that HWNDU will lead to increasing violence that will see it shut down long before Donald Trump leaves office."
The Museum of the Moving Image, which was hosting the project, said Friday that the installation outside the museum had become "a flashpoint for violence and was disrupted from its original intent."

Laughably, HWNDU, a live-cam installed on the museum's wall, in front of which Shia and his cronies were going to repetitively chant "He will not divide us," was conceived as an art project that would outlast the Trump Presidency. It hasn't even lasted a month. 

This is because successful trolling by members of the Alt-Right quickly revealed the essential fakeness of this Leftist project, which resulted in Leftist violence, including an assault by LaBeouf himself that was filmed on the live feed. 


After the Alt-Right decided to challenge LaBeouf's intended "message," the installation became a great success in demonstrating the zombie, cult-like mindset of leftists, their violent intolerance (absolutely no violence was started by rightists ever), and how divided the Left was from the mass of the people who essentially support President Trump's common sense policies. 

In a weird case of the macrocosm in the microcosm, at one point the installation was even "walled off" with a fence, with intended participants subjected to "extreme vetting." 
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