A great many people by now will be familiar with the intentional violence** and intimidation practiced by antifa, not just in one or two forgettable spasms, but in a plethora of occasions that have been captured on video at multiple events so, even though this video does stand out a bit, its contents won't raise that many eyebrows:
Crowder here does express exaggerated 'surprise' at the lack of interest displayed by the media who are physically present, but I reckon this is for effect, not many of us will be that surprised.. what sticks in my mind is the handshake, the wishing of "good luck" and the turning away (anyone notice that brief final dismissive hand signal?) at 8:00 . This is the moment of polite disinterest.
When I'm talking of chatterers though, I'm not just talking of the media, it's worth watching some other forums and talking shops too to see the mechanics of ' intelligent' dismissal.
** Watching some recent livestreams with the constant childlike (but strategic) chanting, a rhetorical question occurred to me addressing a familiar SJW claim: " If speech is violence, then what does loud, invasive, shouting/chanting represent?"