The Plano City Council will debate council member Tom Harrison's fate at noon Sunday after repeated calls from Plano's mayor that Harrison resign.
On Tuesday night, Harrison reposted an anti-Muslim video on his Facebook page. The video, created by an organization called Joined Hands Across America for Trump, shows purportedly Muslim children engaged in prayer and asks President Donald Trump to keep Islam out of America's public schools.
Harrison did not attend Thursday night's event, but his videotaped visage received a round of boos from the crowd when it appeared during a recorded message from the City Council that played before LaRosiliere's speech.
Harrison has not spoken with the media or appeared in public since his post went viral. In a statement posted to Facebook shortly after he deleted the video Wednesday, Harrison said that he isn't anti-Muslim.
"I want to sincerely apologize to the Plano Muslim Community for the unintentional hurt I caused by reposting something on my personal Facebook page that wrongfully implied I am anti-Muslim," Harrison wrote. "My intent on inputting this on my personal Facebook page was to emphasize that Christianity is not the only religion being targeted for exclusion in our public school. It was not meant as a personal attack against the Islamic faith."