In a blood-boiling incident, Conway School Board of Arkansas, US has been getting criticised for letting a speaker make a hate speech against the LGBTQ community. Conway School Board Arkansas Video has been doing rounds on social media with netizens slamming the education institution for letting a person spill venom in a meeting over the LGBTQ community. Not only this, Conway School Board viral video shows that the speaker even called for the death of LGBTQ people and therefore people on social media have been slamming the educational institution for spreading hate against the aforementioned community.

The alleged hate speech against LGBTQ community was delivered in Conway School Board during a board meeting and later it was shared on TikTok. Ever since then the video is doing rounds on social media. In the Conway School Board Arkansas viral video, a speaker can be seen addressing the meeting and saying, " due penalty for their error. God gave them over to a depraved mind so that they do what they should not be doing. They invent ways of doing evil, but let me remind you that those who do such things deserve death. The LGBTQ community not only continue to do these things but also approves of those who practice them.

Watch Conway School Board LGBTQ hate speech viral video

Notably, Conway School Board of Arkansas, USA has been under the scanner over similar kinds of incidents. Earlier, Arkansas Times had reported that culled transgender theme books.

It is pertinent to mention here that a similar kind of incident came into the limelight in Tennessee, USA. A woman from Tennessee, USA was slammed on social media for saying everyone 'will go hell' while speaking during a group discussion session. The incident took place in Maury County when during a group discussion, the woman argued against the LGBTQ-themed books at her library.

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As soon as the video went viral, one user wrote, "Would not surprise me if people like him are afraid if they don't do this, their children/grandchildren will turn into the exaggerated stereotypes of the LGBTQ+ community we often saw on TV in the 1960's, '70s and '80s with no regard as to how many in that community really are."

Another user wrote, "Why are these school board meetings starting to look like church revivals?"

"Good to see the audience stand up and denounce such hateful speech...which I’m sure they will...any second now" added another user.

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