Those who say that black people can’t be racist are ignorant and shouldn’t be taken seriously. Everyone — of every race — have the possibility to be racist, but that doesn’t mean everyone is racist. However, when you have a clear example of racism — regardless of the color of the “offender” — there’s nothing anyone can say that can make that person who made the racist statement any less of a racist.
Case in point is now former Texas elementary school teacher — apparently only known as her social media name “Claire Kyle” — was fired after social media posts were unearthed of her not only objecting to her sister dating a white man, but also that she enjoys “being a racist” and that she’s a “Black Supremacist.”
See? Just because I’m one of the few that call out black supremacists for being black supremacists doesn’t mean they don’t exist, as is the case with Kyle.
Kyle has since deleted her “X” account — formerly known as Twitter — which included that she never wants to change the fact that she’s a “racist.”
“I enjoy being racist,” Kyle wrote. “I’m never changing!”
CBS Austin reported that Kyle also proclaimed to be a “Black Supremacist” in her social media bio. The outlet also reported that “her job knew about the posts before she lost her job.”
Mesquite Independent School District released a statement on Kyle’s dismissal, according to the New York Post.
“As of this morning, the employee is no longer a part of the Mesquite ISD organization and is not eligible for rehire,” the statement read.
One X account reposted an alleged post by Kyle from Monday, with the racist stating that “y’all will NEVER be able to call me unemployed!!!”
I guess this didn't age well. pic.twitter.com/RccxeZkHTo— Bigfoot (@Bigfoot_USA) August 8, 2023
Well…Claire, you’re unemployed.
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