BREAKING: Texas 'black supremacist' teacher fired by school board after 'racist' posts

Allen posted a screenshot of a conversation with her boyfriend in which she asked him to kill the white man her sister was dating.

On Tuesday, self-proclaimed "black supremacist" first-grade teacher Danielle Allen was fired from her position at a school in Texas over a series of anti-white posts she shared on X, formerly known as Twitter. 

The Mesquite Independent School District released a statement condemning her comments, noting that she would never be allowed to teach there again.

"At approximately 4 pm yesterday, Mesquite ISD became aware of a series of alarming, racist statements posted to the X (formerly Twitter) account of a teacher at Thompson Elementary," the district wrote.

"Upon learning of this situation, our Personnel staff began an immediate investigation. As of this morning, the employee is no longer a part of the Mesquite ISD organization and is not eligible for rehire."

The district went on to state that "the highly offensive statements posted to her X account do not reflect the values and standards of Mesquite ISD," adding that it "condemns them in the strongest terms."

On X, Allen went by the name "Claire Kyle," however that account has since been deleted. She also had an Instagram account dedicated to fitness posts.

In her posts, which went viral after being shared by Libs of TikTok, she decried the fact that her sister was dating a white man, calling her "the biggest disappointment."

She went on to post a screenshot of a conversation with her boyfriend in which she asked him to kill the man her sister was with, and promised to "help hide the body."

Amid backlash, Allen claimed that her job was safe because she "did not wish harm on ALL white people." 

"I told them it was a joke," the "black supremacist" added, "and they know I'm not racist."

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