"Black supremacist" teacher with history of racist tweets is fired after bragging that she wouldn't get fired
Yesterday I came across some disturbing posts on social media. A woman who claimed to be a teacher in Texas went on an insane anti-white racist tirade after finding out her sister was sleeping with a white man. To add to that, she had the words “black supremacist” in her X (Twitter) bio. The content was horrific but the fact that she was a teacher made it 1,000x worse. In her messages, she had called upon her boyfriend to come kill this white man for her.
I posted a video compiling her tweets and videos to X. It quickly went viral because the content was just so shocking.
Users immediately went to work trying to identify where this woman teaches.
The teacher, “Claire Kyle” was not worried in the slightest of losing her job and spent her first day back at school taunting users on social media.
It was eventually discovered that she worked as a first grade teacher in Thompson Elementary School in Mesquite, Texas. Then, a 6-year-old Google review came to light where a former student claimed she was bullied for being white. This was not looking good for Thompson Elementary School!
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So a bunch of 8-year-old white kids were being educated by a “black supremacist” who proudly wrote on social media that “I love being racist!” Young, innocent, impressionable kids should not be in that environment!
“Claire Kyle” eventually deleted her account but not before reminding us that she will for sure not be fired because she’s a good teacher and the school board has her back.
Then, this afternoon, the school district put out a statement saying she has been fired and was not eligible for rehire. So much for never being unemployed!
And so, the school year is off to a great start… Racists who conspire to murder people because they don’t like the color of their skin should not be teaching kids.
Another one bites the dust.
So long, “Claire!”
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