Texas church firebombed after ‘anti-LGBT’ YouTuber video

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07/28/2023

(NewsNation) — A Texas church was firebombed Sunday, weeks after it was the subject of an anti-LGBTQ Christian YouTuber’s video, according to multiple news reports. Community Unitarian Universalist Church in Plano, Texas, was the target of the attack carried out July 23, the church posted on Facebook. The attack happened between midnight and 12:30 a.m. using a chemical accelerant that was either thrown or placed at the front doors of the building, church officials said. There were no injuries and damage was limited to the front doors. “Church officials have been reviewing building security and working with the Plano Police Department since the intrusion of a hate group in the church building during and after Worship Service on Sunday, June 25,” the post stated. “That group has posted video of their activities inside the church on various social media sites.”

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