Teacher Says She Can’t Be Fired, School Bursts Her Racist Bubble

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A self-described black supremacist teacher posted a rant about white people and bragged that she couldn’t be fired because she’s “a great teacher.” Hours later, the school issued an update.

Danielle Allen
Danielle Allen made a series of racist posts after her sister began dating a white man. (Photo Credit: Screenshot)

In a series of blatantly racist tweets, first-grade Dallas teacher Danielle Allen openly professed her hatred of white people after she caught her sister getting cozy with a fair-skinned classmate, The Texan reports. Allen, who goes by the alias Claire Kyle, ranted that the man, who she admitted she’s never met, is a “cave dweller” and that “our parents raised us better than this.”

“I can’t believe she has this cave dweller in my freaking house!” Allen says. “I’m trying to stay calm. She knows I’m racist!”

Allen, who describes herself as Dominican, went on to share text messages she sent to both her sister and her boyfriend. Perhaps the most disturbing message is a text in which Allen begs her boyfriend to “come and kill” her sister’s new beau.

“Come and kill him for me, Dre. I promise I’ll help you hide the body. Bring all 4 of your guns,” she tells her boyfriend.

Danielle Allen, who goes by the alias Claire Kyle, proudly admitted that she is racist. (Photo Credit: Screenshot)

Along with the posts, Allen made a video in which she vowed to break up the biracial relationship. She continued responding to online critics, admitting, “I enjoy being racist! I’m never changing!”

“Why shouldn’t I hate white people? Why should I show y’all any love at all?” she wrote.

Expectedly, social media users immediately contacted Thompson Elementary School in the Mesquite Independent School District (MISD) to expose her racial bias. On her first day of teaching, Allen was called in to explain her statements but soon assured social media that she was in no danger of losing her job.

“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. 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 wrote.

Although Allen claimed she was unfireable, it took just hours for the truth to come out. The very next morning, Mesquite ISD announced that Allen was promptly terminated after they discovered her “alarming, racist statements.”

“At approximately 4 p.m. 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. 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. Due to privacy restrictions, Mesquite ISD cannot comment on the details of Personnel matters. Nevertheless, the highly offensive statements posted to her X account do not reflect the values of the standards of Mesquite ISD, and the district condemns them in the strongest terms,” the statement reads.

Superintendent Angel Rivera apologized for the former educator’s offensive rant and promised that she is “not eligible for rehire,” so there is no chance of her teaching in the district ever again.

Danielle Allen
Danielle Allen bragged that her job was “safe” only to be terminated permanently by the district less than 24 hours later. (Photo Credit: Screenshot)

Unsurprisingly, Allen quickly deleted her social media. She has also been scrubbed from the Thompson Elementary staff directory, confirming her removal. Mesquite ISD confirmed that Allen is not an employee but clarified that she was not fired. Instead, she supposedly resigned from her position. However, it’s clear from the district’s statement that she would’ve been forcibly terminated if she didn’t leave willingly.

Because of the public’s pushback, Allen only made it one day in her teaching career. Now, children in the district are no long in danger of being infected and abused by her racism. Her termination proves that communities can come together to stop this divisive, hate-filled indoctrination that is being fed to students across the nation.