A teacher at an elementary school in Texas was fired after several racist, anti-white messages on social media were picked up by conservatives and went viral.
Danielle Allen taught first grade at a Thompson Elementary School in the Mesquite Independent School District near Dallas when she posted the missives against white people on social media.
Allen referred to herself as a “black supremacist” and posted a message implying that she wanted to have her sister’s boyfriend killed because he was white.
“I promise I’ll help you hide the body. Bring all 4 of your guns,” she said in one message.
In a video she posted later, Allen then smiled as she promised to do everything in her power to break up the biracial relationship.
“Why shouldn’t I hate white people?” she said in another post.
“I enjoy being racist! I’m never changing!” read another message.
On Monday, she claimed that she had talked to school administrators about the controversy and that they had reassured her that her job was safe.
“They laughed and told me to watch what I say and I’ll be good to go! Being a great teacher pays off very well when they know your true self!” she claimed.
On Tuesday, the school posted a message saying that Allen was no longer employed at the school and was not “eligible” for rehire.
“Nevertheless, the highly offensive statements posted to her X account do not reflect the values and standards of Mesquite ISD, and the district condemns them in the strongest terms,” they added.
Allen has since deleted her social media account and has been removed from the staff directory of the school.
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