A Texas elementary school teacher is out of a job after she shared a slew of “racist” posts on social media that included complaints about her sister dating a white man.
The teacher, Danielle Allen, 29, lost her job after the Mesquite Independent School District said it became aware of “alarming,” “racist” remarks she shared on X, formerly Twitter.
“As of this morning, the employee is no longer a part of the Mesquite ISD organization and is not eligible for rehire,” the school system said in a statement, adding that officials can’t make any further comments because it is a personnel matter.
“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.”
— Mesquite ISD (@mesquiteisdtx) August 8, 2023
According to post reviews by the Dallas Morning News, the teacher also allegedly self-described as a “Black Supremacist” on her X Profile, wrote she was upset her sister was dating a white man, and even allegedly joked about asking her boyfriend to kill him.
“I enjoy being a racist,” she reportedly wrote in one post. “I’m never changing.”
Among the posts, which have since been deleted, but screenshots continue to circulate online, were ones that read:
“A white man??? A good dude?? You smoking crack??? ????”
“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?”
“I would not give a damn if a white person had what my bio says because we already know y’all are evil people, so it’s right on brand!!! And there are definitely white pages on here with my bio and WORSE!”
In an ironic move, some screenshots show the elementary school teacher bragging about how her job knew about the posts and that she wouldn’t get fired over them, CBS Austin reported.
“First day of school, walking through the halls while Twitter thinks they can take my job from me,” she wrote: “Call me every name under the sun, but y’all will NEVER be able to call me unemployed!!!”
In another post, she wrote:
“Yes. 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,” the teacher said. “They laughed and told me to watch what I say, and I’ll be good to go.”
— Alex Rosen (@iFightForKids) August 9, 2023
I was told these people can’t be racist… ?pic.twitter.com/1Rmg9rz2RF
— Unbiased Crime Report (@UnbiasedCrime) August 9, 2023
The teacher reportedly taught third grade for three years at Thompson Elementary School and taught at the district for four years, according to the Dallas Morning News.