This video shows 'what happens when a Trump supporter goes to a college campus,' 2nd Amendment activist says

Second Amendment activist Kaitlin Bennett shared video of a group of protesters surrounding her on the campus of Ohio University.

Bennett said she was on campus for a "man on the street" style President's Day-themed video.

Second Amendment activist Kaitlin Bennett accused Ohio University police of having "lied" about how students reacted to her presence on campus. 

The so-called Kent State "gun girl" tweeted Monday that she went to the Athens, Ohio campus to shoot a "man on the street" style video, asking students "President's Day trivia questions like 'who were the first 3 presidents.'" 

However, according to video footage shared by Bennett, it's unclear whether she even got to ask questions.  Footage shared by Bennett, taken from inside a vehicle, shows a swarm of individuals surrounding the vehicle holding up their middle fingers and throwing liquids.

"This is what happens when a Trump supporter goes to a college campus," Bennett tweeted, claiming that "leftists...started a riot."

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OU police were quick to push back on that claim, tweeting out "contrary to allegations circulating on social media, the incident did not rise to the level of a riot. There was strong language, and allegations that some unknown person(s) splashed water but there were no reported injured or violence and no one was arrested during the event." 

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"They threw projectiles and poured hot coffee on us," Bennett tweeted in response. 

"But yeah, just 'some unknown person in the crowd splashed water,'" she added. 

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