Teacher Fired After Racist Messages On Social Media

According to a report, a Texas elementary school teacher was dismissed after conservatives discovered and brought to light many of her racist, anti-white posts on social media.

When Danielle Allen made the hateful comments on social media, she was a first-grade teacher at Thompson Elementary School in the Mesquite Independent School District, not far from Dallas.

Allen called herself a “black supremacist” and said in a social media post that she wanted her sister’s white boyfriend murdered.
Allen submitted a video to her X account, claiming she would assist people in burying the white man’s body and asked them to bring their “Four guns.”

Allen subsequently released a video in which she grinned and vowed to do everything in her power to end the interracial couple’s romance.

In another thread, she questioned why she shouldn’t hate white people.
In a later communication, she vowed that her racist views would never change.
She said last Monday that she had discussed the situation with school leaders and received assurances that her position was secure.

However, the next day, the school announced that Danielle Allen had been terminated from her position and would not be eligible for rehire.

Angel Rivera, Ed D. of Mesquite Independent School District, posted on X explaining that Mesquite ISD learned that a schoolteacher at Thompson Elementary had made a series of disturbing and racist remarks on her X account.

The HR team looked into the matter after learning about it, and the worker is no longer employed by Mesquite ISD and cannot be rehired under any circumstances.

The official said the school district could not comment on personnel affairs due to privacy concerns. However, Mesquite ISD strongly condemns the very disrespectful words made on her X account, which do not represent the district’s beliefs and standards.
Bye-bye, Miss Danielle.