At the Seattle May Day 2019 Immigration Politics march and rally there seems to have been only one commotion. While speakers were giving speeches from a portable stage setup on 7th Avenue adjacent to the federal courthouse, suddenly a commotion erupted along the Stewart Street sidewalk. Most of the people at the rally appeared to have "left" leaning political views, as indicated by the banners, posters, stickers, and so on. Suddenly a group of people that included at least one man who wore a red "Make America Great Again" hat appeared on the Stewart Street sidewalk and began shouting. A man who wore a "Bulletsafe" brand bullet resistant vest began shouting. In this photograph a woman to the shouting man's left who wore sunglasses shouted with him. Members of the Seattle Police formed a barrier between the shouting people on the Stewart Street sidewalk, and the rally attendees who had been sitting on courthouse steps along 7th Avenue listening to the speeches. There was extreme social tension as the Seattle police maintained their barrier. After a few minutes, the shouting people stopped and the commotion subsided.