Militant and homophobic black supremacist Ayo Kimathi has finally been fired from his federal government position with Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Kimathi’s release comes four months after it was discovered that he openly advocated for the “ethnic cleansing” of whites and “black skinned Uncle Tom race traitors.”
His website was discovered in August during an investigation by the Southern Poverty Law Center. After the investigation’s findings went public, Kimathi was placed on paid administrative leave. As of December 6th, he was no longer a federal government employee.
Department of Homeland Security press secretary Gilian Christensen released a brief statement on Kimathi’s firing on Wednesday.
"Mr. Kimathi is no longer an ICE employee,” she said. “His last day with the agency was December 6.”
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The only question left lingering in the public’s mind is this: what took so long? Civil service laws make it very difficult to fire a federal government employee, but that’s an unfulfilling excuse. You’d hope that in a case as clear cut as this one something could be done to expedite the process.
Kimathi openly lobbied for the mass genocide of the white ethnicity and the extortion of homosexuals.
"In order for Black people to survive the 21st century, we are going to have to kill a lot of whites—more than our Christian hearts can possibly count," Kimathi wrote in one post.
He accused President Obama of committing “eco-sexual terrorism against Historically Black Colleges and Universities.” He blamed President Obama for causing the historically black Lincoln University to “begin aggressively promoting white-sex (homosexuality and/or pedophilia) to the black student body.”
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He applauded select African leaders whom have taken drastic and often torturous measures against homosexuals in their countries and communities. Occasionally, he’d make a combined statement against the two things he hates the most – whites and gays.
“It is the international push to “homosexualize” Afrikan people” Kimathi wrote in a post titled PanAfrikans Beware: The Faggits Are Coming. “In particular, whites are spending billions of dollars globally to enforce the effeminization of the Black male.”
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) released a statement in light of Kimathi’s firing.
"This is welcome but long overdue news," said Josh Glasstetter of the SPLC. "DHS had known for months about Kimathi's promotion of violence. Some of his coworkers reportedly feared for their own safety. Regrettably, DHS only took action after we publicized his activities."