Teachers are supposed to educate our children and uplift them through words of encouragement and hard work.
But not all teachers in the United States are trustworthy, and some of them can be downright dangerous.
And now a racist teacher just sealed her fate after making this barrage of shocking comments online.
“Black supremacist” teacher fired
Danielle Allen, a 29-year-old former Thompson Elementary School first-grade teacher, is a self-identified “black supremacist.”
Allen got caught red-handed posting a barrage of anti-white posts online, which included making violent threats on the social media platform X.
Before she was fired, she openly bragged about how she’d never lose her job and how some of her fellow school employees simply “laughed” off her racist posts.
X user Amiri King first discovered the teacher’s account where she spouted comments like “why shouldn’t I hate white people.”
The former teacher was making the comments under the username Claire Kyle.
But once the remarks were discovered by the Mesquite Independent School district, they called them “racist” and made it a point to say that the teacher would no longer be “eligible for rehire.”
In a statement, the Texas school district said that “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.”
But Allen seemed to believe that her job was safe.
On the previous day, she wrote that “y’all have found my job. They told me to delete the post, but my job is safe since I did not directly wish harm on ALL white people. They laughed and told me to watch what I say, and I’ll be good to go.”
Allen continued by saying that “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.”
To top it off, Allen also recorded herself walking through the halls of what appeared to be the school while saying that “Twitter thinks they can take my job away from me. Call me every name under the sun, but you all will never call me unemployed.”
The comments got even worse
She also posted a series of text messages where she joked about plotting to murder her sister’s boyfriend, who happens to be white.
Allen said that he looked like a Trump supporter and added that she was “baffled AF seeing a white man in my house. I can’t believe it!! This is supposed to be a [black-person-only] house. I’m so mad right now!”
She also called her sister’s boyfriend a “cave dweller” and said that her sister knew she was “a racist.”
The former teacher continued by saying “come and kill him for me…I promise I’ll help you hide the body…Bring all 4 of your guns.”
Allen exclaimed that her sister was “letting all of Europe take turns on her” and she felt disappointed because “our parents raised us better than this!!!”
She also bragged about being homophobic online, but it looks like all her bragging eventually sealed her fate.
Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.