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Florida Public School Teacher Allegedly Hosted a White Nationalist Podcast

Florida Public School Teacher Allegedly Hosted a White Nationalist Podcast

A middle school teacher has a secret life as a white nationalist and suggested that she brings her views into her Florida classroom.

The Huffington Post article says the podcast is actually hosted by the 25-year-old Volitich, who teaches at Crystal River Middle School in Citrus County. The first official episode of Unapologetic on TuneIn calls Islam an "ideology hell-bent on destroying Western culture".

On the same episode, "Dalichov" agreed with a guest who dismissed the idea that "a kid from Nigeria and a kid who came from Sweden are supposed to learn exactly the same". Volitich enthusiastically agreed with the guest, and went on to argue that "science" has proven that certain races are smarter than others.

In her February 26 podcast, HuffPost found, Volitich boasted about keeping her ideology hidden from administrators while bringing white nationalism into the classroom.

"I had one at the beginning of this year who emailed the principal over my head and basically told her I'm anxious that your teacher is injecting political bias into her teaching".

Volitich said the Crystal Rivers principal confronted her about the parent's complaint, to which she lied and said it wasn't true.

The teacher, Dayanna Voltich, had allegedly used an alias while interviewing leading white nationalists like the notorious "lipstick fascist" Lena Lokteff.

Dalichov was also featured on the blog "Angry White Men", which is dedicated to "tracking the adherents of the new white supremacy", according to the site.

Dayanna Volitich
Dayanna Volitich

"Be more covert and just start taking over those places, I mean that's what the Left did". She said when students ask her questions about current events, she responds with unbiased "facts".

The teacher has since been "removed from the classroom" and the investigation is 'ongoing, ' according to a statement released by the school district. "I'm absolutely one of them". It was previously reported that she was using various accounts under a pseudonym and frequently shared anti-Semitic views and plans to "eradicate" Muslims from the planet.

"It isn't supremacist or hateful to prefer your own people over others", said one tweet on Dalichov's account.

Huffington Post says after reaching out, Scott Hebert, Executive Director of Educational Services for the Citrus County School District told them, "The views she's listed are really not in line with how our district operates".

Huffpost downloaded the episode in which Volitich made the incendiary comments and has embedded it in their report.

"The Human Resources department was notified and an investigation was initiated immediately", the statement continues. As well as praising and retweeting white supremacists and neo-Nazis such as David Duke and Mike Enoch, she tweeted that Muslims need to be eradicated "from the face of the Earth" in order to stop more terrorist attacks. "Pursuant to Florida Statute an open investigation and materials related to it are exempt from public record and can not be discussed until the investigation is complete".

BuzzFeed News has not been able to independently confirm the Huffington Post's report.

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