Radical Left in Texas Schools: Racist Teacher Goes on Black Supremacist Internet Rants
In a shocking revelation that underscores the radical left's influence in Texas schools, Danielle Allen, a first-grade teacher from Thompson Elementary School in Mesquite, was exposed for her deeply racist posts on social media platform X (formerly Twitter). This incident is a stark reminder of the urgent need for universal school choice in Texas.
Under the pseudonym "Claire King" on X, Allen didn't merely voice her racist beliefs; she proudly declared herself a "black supremacist." Her audacity knew no bounds as she discussed sabotaging her sister's relationship with a white man, even hinting at violence.
While Allen brazenly claimed her position was secure, vigilant community members ensured the school district took action, leading to her termination.
While Mesquite ISD's decision is a step in the right direction, it begs the question: How many educators with radical ideologies are shaping the minds of our Texas youth?
Texas Family Project has consistently championed traditional Texas values. We envision a Texas where parents dictate their children's education, free from radical influences. Corey DeAngelis, a staunch advocate for school choice, highlighted the concerning trend: "The radical left has weaponized the school system for ideological indoctrination. It's crucial for parents to have the autonomy to choose educational settings that resonate with their values."
Texas Family Project's Call to Action: Texans, it's time to take a stand. We must champion universal school choice in Texas. Parents deserve the right to allocate their children's education funds to institutions that reflect our core Texas values. Join our mission to safeguard the future of our children and preserve the integrity of our beloved state.