Maryland Equity Official Vowed To ‘Burn It All Down’

College Park racial equity officer Kayla Aliese Carter makes no pretensions of supporting the U.S. or being proud of the nation that afforded her such an opportunity. Instead, she wants to see it destroyed to aid “Black liberation.”

The Maryland city official has a header on her X account, formerly Twitter, that declared, “I can’t wait for society to collapse so MY ideology can rise from the ashes.”

This is nothing new. In 2020 Carter posted, “Today I cohosted an occupied space with dozens of people who have committed their lives, businesses and money to Black liberation. On all days, every day, each day.”

She added, “Already planning (BEEN PLANNING) for how we will eat and live and grow after we burn it all down.”

In the aftermath of George Floyd’s murder, Carter called out those who criticized the rampant violence in the “mostly peaceful” Black Lives Matter riots. The city official claimed the “oppressed” are “shamed” out of resorting to destructive acts.

She further accused law enforcement of being “White supremacists.”

Carter, incidentally, was hired by former College Park Mayor Patrick L. Wojahn at a salary of $75,600. He resigned from his position after being arrested for allegedly possessing inappropriate images of children.

Despite her position, Carter wrote on X that she is not in favor of working for a living. She blamed “capitalism” for forcing her to get a job and declared her preference for spending her time as a “collage artist” or a “lady of leisure.”

The equity official complained of being “so underpaid” and being tired of sending out applications for new jobs. She added, perhaps tongue in cheek, that she did not want to “go back to s*lling dr*gs but this economy is getting desperate.”

Her tenure followed a city resolution against “systemic racism” that called for supporting Black lives and an “ongoing explicit and conscious confrontation of racism.”

Carter appeared to defend extremist violence in some of her posts. In one she asked, “Why do Black people always have to rationalize our violence and anger?”

In another Instagram post, she urged people to “remember we are at war against colonialism. We can’t forget.”