I really enjoy the queering of the space that happens with this Human Microphone technique. I’m most familiar with the technique being used for basic communication needs in large crowds of protesters where electronic systems of communication are not available or permitted. But here it is specifically used be those typically silenced in a lecture-type situation. They wrest power over the “airwaves” in the room, and it is clear that Rove is not amused at losing the control he expects to have.
The mic check starts at about 1:48, and be aware the volume increases dramatically at that point: