Texas School District Fires ‘Black Supremacist’ Teacher For Racist Posts

The Mesquite Independent School District has terminated the employment of a Thompson Elementary School first-grade teacher following her controversial social media posts.

Danielle Allen, a 29-year-old educator, had been posting incendiary content under the alias “Claire Kyle” on X, which she used to maintain a separate identity. In one particular post, Allen wrote, “Why shouldn’t I hate White people?” These comments, along with others that appeared to condone violence, prompted the district’s decision.

The posts, which were discovered by X user Amiri King, came to the attention of the district, who labeled them as “racist.” In response, MISD emphasized that such statements were inconsistent with their values and standards.

“[T]he 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,” the district said in a statement on Monday, adding that Allen would not be “eligible for rehire.”

One of the focal points of Allen’s posts was a text message exchange where she humorously discussed her sister’s White boyfriend, whom she said looked like a Trump supporter. Allen’s remarks about the boyfriend, including a joke about murder, stirred widespread backlash.

“Like I’m baffled AF (as f–k) 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 said.

“I can’t BELIEVE she has this cave dweller in my freaking house!!!!… Omg I’m trying to stay calm. She knows I’m a racist!!!… Come and kill him for me… I promise I’ll help you hide the body… Bring all 4 of your guns,” she said further.


Up until her termination was announced, the educator, who called herself a “Black supremacist,” was confident she was not in any trouble, even as social media users criticized her statements.

In a post on X, she wrote, “Y’all have found my job,” and claimed she was reassured that her employment was secure as long as she didn’t directly advocate harm against all White people. 

“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,” she asserted.

The controversy escalated as Allen released a video within the school premises, challenging those who criticized her and vowing to keep her job. She declared, “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.

Allen has now deleted her social media account as her name no longer appears in the school’s staff directory, per Blaze Media.