JiggaJonson says... Far as I can tell, the action starts around timestamp 1:12:25 Watch the sidewalk where the native American man is standing; he does approach the crowd, but there's two squares between him and the crowd. At 1:12:55, the MAGA hats have closed the gap between the two groups. The native American man is still standing in the same square of concrete, but now he's got a crowd of young men around him jeering and jumping. I suppose this does belong in the Lies channel, but let's be clear about who seems to be distorting what's happening here: https://fox59.com/2019/01/20/new-video-raises-question-about-confrontation-between-students-native-americans/ ^in this instance, the Fox news organization uses the headline "New video raises question about confrontation between students, Native Americans" The operative word here is "confrontation" dictionary.com defines the verb https://www.dictionary.com/browse/confront Yes the man approached the crowd, but there was room to avoid the interaction. He did head in their direction, but I'd liken it to what I used to witness in college when one drunk guy was yelling at another across a busy road (we used to drink outdoors and wait for the food trucks/vendors to arrive). If one man was yelling at another, it was easy to shrug off and enjoy the entertainment. If both were yelling, it was close to the same, entertaining, maybe more attention grabbing because you could hear the back and forth and wonder what they were talking about. However. It didn't become what one would describe as a confrontation until one side came to actually meet the other and close the gap between them. They both had permits for protesting in the area, as far as I'm concerned, the native american man has just as much a right to protest them as he does anything else. Leaving the space between the two groups is not the beginning of what a confrontation is. When the crowd closes the gap without him advancing, THAT is when you could call it a confrontation. Was he antagonizing? Of course! that's what protesters do. Did he confront them? No, they closed the gap and proceeded to surround him.