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LOL! Shia's Secret '#HeWillNotDivideUs' Camera Found. Flag Replaced With MAGA Hat...
One of the greatest gifts from the comedy gods has been Shia LaBeouf's "He Will Not Divide Us" livestream. This superb
brainfart #HeWillNotDivideUs HWNDU project has supplied us with an unlimited supply of the giggles and further cemented Shia as a hardened convict. Such a far cry from Even Stevens, Shia. We even filmed an episode of the podcast through the camera, invoking the wrath of Sam Witwicky, himself. They've shut the project down twice, but the stream went online again in a secret location with only a HWNDU flag in sight. But, that did not stop the autistic savants of the internet from tracking the location and causing a little mischief...
Shia LaBeouf keeps getting trolled by Trump fans ... even when he tries keeping the protest covert.
Shia -- whose "He Will Not Divide Us" stream in Albuquerque, NM was taken down after shots were fired a block away from the protest -- moved his demonstration to a mystery location.
Problem is ... Trump fans thwarted Shia's plan after somehow pinpointing the location -- we still don't know where -- and replaced the flag with a Trump shirt and hat.
The secrecy of the flag's whereabouts sparked a treasure hunt that led to disappointment for Shia. It's Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull all over again.
I think we can all admit, no matter where you might stand on this, locating the camera was nothing short of genius. Shia thought he was being clever by hiding the stream. But, his greatest failure was underestimating the power of geeks with keyboards. Did Eagle Eye teach you nothing?
What Shia will do after this epic fail is anybody's best guess. If the nerds on the web can track down a random flagpole in the middle of nowhere, they can probably find anything. As of writing this, the stream is still online, with only a sad, empty flagpole in frame. So, the project may be coming to an end. But, hopefully HWNDU will carry on, if only so we can continue to chuckle at Shia's