Riot police were called at the University of New Mexico (UNM) on Wednesday in response to protesters having a collective meltdown over Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk’s presence on campus.

The conservative firebrand posted video footage of the incident, which showed a mob of protesters wielding signs and shouting expletives, such as “Fuck Charlie Kirk,” and “Get the fuck off our campus.”

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In another video clip, Kirk can be seen waving at protestors, as they continue to have a collective meltdown.

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Additional video footage shows an angle from the protesters’ worm’s-eye view.

“Fuck you!” protestors shouted.

“Come off your high horse and let’s fucking taste it!” another protester bizarrely exclaimed.

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“I’m Lisa, I’m Antifa,” a drum-playing protester disclosed in another video clip.

Another protester can be heard threatening violence against a reporter through a megaphone in an expletive-laden tirade.

“Fucking coward. Fucking asshole. Fucking get the fuck off our campus. You don’t fucking belong here, you fucking pussy. Come up off the fucking line. Come on you fucking pussy. Fuck you up,” the protestor declared.

“Hey, the cops are telling you to get back before I fucking sock you, fucking pussy,” the protester added.

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The leftist protesters were eventually met by state police in riot gear, who forced the mob to step back.

Additional video footage shows one protester in a tussle with the riot police.

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Three people were detained before being given a summons and escorted off campus, according to a report by KRQE, which added that there has no been update on the charges they are facing as of Wednesday night.

After publication, UNM responded to Breitbart News’ request for comment with an extensive statement:

The safety of our campus community and visitors continues to be our first priority. The speaking event was able to successfully take place in the Student Union Building, while a counter speech event concurrently occurred outside.The UNM Police Department, and security were at the event already as a part of a planned security protocol, both in and outside of the event. State police are a part of our event management planning, and the Emergency Response Team (ERT) is a part of the security staging. ERT is deployed to ensure the safety and security of the University community and the campus, and engaged yesterday evening in response to the actions of multiple individuals failing to disperse from the event entrance ramp when requested.No property damage or injuries were reported. Three individuals, one of whom was a student, were detained and issued court summons by UNM police, and left the UNM campus (no arrests were made). The charges are “Interference with members of staff, public officials or the general public”, 30-20-13 C. which states “No person shall willfully refuse or fail to leave the property of or any building or other facility owned, operated or controlled by the state or any of its political subdivisions when requested to do so by a lawful custodian of the building, facility or property if the person is committing, threatens to commit or incites other to commit any act which would disrupt, impair, interfere with or obstruct the lawful mission, processes, procedures or functions of the property, building or facility.”The University of New Mexico is committed to the principles of free speech and values its role as a public square for debate, a marketplace of ideas, and a place to test and challenge competing viewpoints and opinions. In this context, allowing speakers invited by a student organization on campus in no way implies an endorsement of the content of their speeches or their opinions. And those who disagree with the ideas expressed are encouraged to respectfully voice their perspectives, which is what occurred.

Update– Added a statement from UNM provided after publication.

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