A Texas elementary school teacher has been fired for posting “racist” comments on social media, including complaints about her sister’s relationship with a white male, according to the school system and reports.
The Mesquite Independent School District announced Tuesday in a statement that a black teacher was no longer employed at the school following the discovery of alarming racist posts she made on X, formerly known as Twitter.
Since morning, the worker is not any longer a member of Mesquite ISD and is ineligible for rehiring, stated by the school district. Authorities are unable to comment further because this is an administrative matter.
The district vehemently condemns the highly offensive comments shared on her X account, which violate the district’s values and standards.
Teacher’s Racist Posts and Allegations of Black Supremacy
According to posts reviewed by the Dallas Morning News, the teacher wrote that she was upset that her sister was dating a white man and jokingly implored her boyfriend to kill him.
She reportedly wrote in one post, “I enjoy being a racist,” In other posts, she disparaged Caucasian people, according to a newspaper report.
The educator, who was known on social media as Claire Kyle, has deleted her account on the platform. It appeared the account name was an alias.
CBS Austin reported that the teacher labeled herself a Black Supremacist in her social media account bio and implied that her employer knew about the posts before she was fired.
According to the Dallas Morning News, the teacher taught third grade for three years at Thompson Elementary School and four years in the district.
Source: New York Post