Actor Shia LeBeouf decided to launch an anti-Trump "art project" at the Museum of Moving Images in New York. The project began when President Donald Trump was inaugurated, and will reportedly continue so long as Trump is in office.
The idea is that a camera will be on directed at the nearby sidewalk, where anyone can come and say "he will not divide us" as many times as they want, for as long as they want.
It was during this "he will not divide us" chant by a group of people — including Shia — that an unidentified man got very close to the camera and whispered "fourteen eighty-eight" into the camera. Shia, sensing the man was up to no good, followed him off screen.
Moments later, the unidentified man returned to the camera and said "We must secure the existence of white people." At this point, Shia began screaming "he will not divide us" in the man's face unrelentingly, following him around. A YouTube user who identified herself as one of the people in the video says that Shia followed the man, screaming at him for a couple of blocks.
Those unfamiliar with neo-Nazi lingo, 14/88 is a reference to the "14 words," considered the most popular white supremacist slogan. The words are "we must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children."
The "88" is in reference to the eighth letter in the alphabet, "H," with 88 meaning "HH," short for "Heil Hitler."