Controversy is brewing at Atlanta's Emory University over pro-Donald Trump chalk markings on campus.
After messages like "Trump 2016" and "Vote Trump" were drawn around campus, several dozen students protested outside the university's administration building this week.
They claimed the chalkings made them feel "frustration," "pain" and "fear."
According to University President James W. Wagner, they will review footage from security cameras to identify those who made the chalkings.
Wagner said that if they’re students, they will go through the conduct violation process, while if they are from outside the university, trespassing charges will be filed.
On "The O'Reilly Factor," Josh Goodman, a junior at Emory and a member of the college Republicans organization, said that the protesters claimed that merely seeing pro-Trump signs left them "traumatized" and that it was a "violent action" against them.
Goodman said that chalk markings are a common sight on campus, noting that he's observed pro-Bernie Sanders and Black Lives Matter messages.
He explained that he was disappointed to see Wagner speak out and "legitimize" the protesters, instead of standing up for First Amendment rights.
"It's college campuses today," Goodman lamented.