Black Florida teacher caught promoting white supremacist propaganda -- and parents are furious
Sundai Brown via Twitter

A middle school teacher in Orange County, Florida is under fire after parents of students discovered virulently anti-Muslim posts on her Twitter account, reports the Orlando Sentinel.

According to the report, Sundai Brown, 51, a teacher at Bridgewater Middle School, has been tweeting racist comments about Muslims dating back to 2017, and parents just became aware of them -- with the school administrators admitting that the teacher was warned about them last year.

In one post Brown wrote, "Imans worldwide instruct muslims to invade western countries, outbreed them, overthrow governments, kill infidels and implement sharia law.” In another, she quipped, "If you think Hurricane Irma is bad, wait till you get a load of Hurricane Allah.”

The report goes on to note that Brown has also favorably retweeted content from adherents on white supremacists including a far-right Dutch politician and a post by "Identity Evropa," which calls itself a group “for people of European heritage.”

As news broke about her posts she took her Twitter account down, and the school has had to admit that they were aware of her racist leanings previously.

In a telephone message sent out to parents of Bridgewater students, principal Andrew Jackson pointed out that the social media posts were made 2017 and added, “We addressed these concerns with the teacher at the time."

Jackson went on to assure the parents that school does not condone her message of hate.

“The school district does not condone or interfere in social media posts of employees unless there is a violation of the professional code of ethics," the statement read.

A school district spokesperson refused to confirm whether Brown is under investigation again, saying it is a personnel matter.

Brown has since taken her Twitter account down, although Orlando Weekly has preserved some screenshots of the offensive posts.