A Texas elementary teacher and self-proclaimed racist is now looking for another job after she was fired from her school of employment.
Danielle Allen, who refers to herself as a Black Supremacist, was removed from the roster by the Mesquite Independent School District after several alarming tweets were discovered to have been posted by her on X.
“As of this morning, the employee is no longer a part of the Mesquite ISD organization and is not eligible for rehire,” Mesquite ISD public affairs wrote in a statement.
Allen, who operates on X under the alias Claire Kyle, stated that she “enjoy[s] being racist” against whites and is “never changing.”
“Why shouldn’t I hate white people? Why should I show y’all any love at all? Name a big historic moment where white people did anything for black people out of the kindness of y’all’s heart,” she tweeted, seemingly oblivious to the bloodiest war in American history.
Allen also expressed disgust that her sister was dating a white man, vowing to ruin the relationship and even going so far as to express how she wanted to kill the man.
According to the Daily Mail, the racist teacher thought she was protected and would not face repercussions should her disgusting attitudes come to light.
“First day of school, walking through the halls while Twitter thinks they can take my job from me,” she tweeted. “Call me every name under the sun but y’all will NEVER be able to call me unemployed!!!”
Ironically, she was eventually caught and ordered by the school district to delete the tweets.
Self proclaimed “black supremacist” goes on unhinged racist tirade after finding out her sister slept with a white man.— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) August 7, 2023
She vows to destroy the relationship before asking her boyfriend to “come and kill him for me.”
She is reportedly a teacher in Texas and has a history of… pic.twitter.com/C7bSVt6Udb
“They told me to delete the post, but my job is safe since I did not directly wish harm on ALL White people” she tweeted.
Initially, she was reportedly handled with “kid gloves” by the ISD, but still insisted on continuing her behavior.
“Just talked to the school board and my job is safe. I told them it was a joke, and they know I’m not racist so have fun,” she tweeted.
As of Tuesday, Allen is unemployed.
Black Supremacy and anti-white sentiments have been on the rise in the United States, following a series of social changes and movements dating back over the past decade.
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