No, when you cross the yellow line, the violation is crossing the yellow line; not passing on the right. Also, you have to go left in order to go over the yellow line.A pass is on two-lane road with traffic moving in both directions, where you cross a yellow line onto the other side of the road into the lane for oncoming traffic.
The law is clear that passing on the right in the conditions we see on the video is not allowed
Through the entire video, the car he passed is several feet before the crosswalk, does not move nor does he signal. There is absolutely no indication that he was ever going to make a left turn. In addition, you can see other cars pass the non-moving car on the left in order to make a left turn.Passing on the Right
The driver of a motor vehicle may overtake and pass to the right of another
vehicle only under the following conditions:
• When the vehicle overtaken is making or about to make a left turn;
• Upon a city street with unobstructed pavement of sufficient width for two
or more lines of vehicles in each direction;
• Upon a one-way street;
• Upon any highway outside of a city with unobstructed pavement of
sufficient width and clearly marked for four or more lanes of traffic.
In no event shall such movement be made by driving off the paved or
main traveled portion of the roadway (shoulder).