A conservative group that travels to college campuses across the nation to speak out against same-sex marriage released a video that appears to show an angry man storming some of its members and breaking a video camera during a recent protest.
While individuals affiliated with TFP Student Action, a group that opposes gay matrimony, stood under a banner that read, "God's Marriage = 1 man & 1 woman" at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, on October 23, they claim that the man approached them and threatened physical harm.
"After physically pushing and shoving one of our youngest pro-family volunteers and using abusive and violent language, the same-sex 'marriage' supporter turned against TFP member Matthew Miller, 20, and started throwing punches at his video camera," the group's website claims. "As a result of the attack, the camera was severely damaged and its external microphone completely destroyed."
Footage of the incident shows some of these details unfolding, though it is unclear what members of the organization said and did before the man approached, as the video appears heavily edited.
"We are going to beat the living s**t out of you," the man tells the anti-gay marriage protesters.
"Step away sir. Step away. We're here totally peacefully," one member with TFP Student Action responds.
Watch the fiery clash below (caution: strong language):
Phone calls to a police officer who reportedly responded to the incident went unanswered when TheBlaze repeatedly attempted to reach him Friday.