No one is born to be a racist or a supremacist. They have to be taught and Dayanna Volitich is a middle school teacher who believes Blacks and Latinos are intellectually inferior, Islam is evil, and the "Jewish question" needs to be answered. She was recently outed by The Huffington Post which tracked down her alt-right, White Nationalist podcasts:


Dayanna Volitich, a 25-year-old social studies teacher at Crystal River Middle School in Florida, has been secretly hosting the white nationalist podcast “Unapologetic” under the pseudonym “Tiana Dalichov” and bragging about teaching her views in a public school, HuffPost has discovered.

In her most recent podcast on Feb. 26, a guest railed against diversity in schools, dismissing the idea that “a kid from Nigeria and a kid who came from Sweden are supposed to learn exactly the same” and have the “same IQ.” Volitich enthusiastically agreed with the guest, and went on to argue that “science” has proven that certain races are smarter than others.

In the same episode, Volitich boasted about bringing her white nationalist beliefs into the classroom and hiding her ideology from administrators. She said that when parents complained to the school’s principal about how she is injecting political bias into the classroom, Volitich lied to the principal and said it was not true.

“She believed me and backed off,” she said.

Volitich also agreed with her guest’s assertion that more white supremacists need to infiltrate public schools and become teachers. “They don’t have to be vocal about their views, but get in there!” her guest said. “Be more covert and just start taking over those places.”

“Right,” Volitich said. “I’m absolutely one of them.”

After HuffPost made inquiries about VolitichÂ’s white nationalism to the Citrus County School District on Friday, “Tiana Dalichov” tweeted that she “might disappear for a while” and then set her account to private. She also scrubbed the website for her podcast.

She has repeatedly praised, defended and retweeted neo-Nazis and white supremacists including David Duke, Arthur Jones, Patrick Casey, Mark Collett and Mike Peinovich, aka Mike Enoch.

Many white supremacists across America today lead double lives, advocating loudly and anonymously for white supremacy and fascism online while holding down respectable jobs and doing their best to keep their online lives hidden.

But over the past year, some of them have been exposed. In June, the principal of a charter school in New Orleans was fired from his job after videos surfaced that showed him wearing rings associated with white nationalism. He had similarly appeared on white nationalist podcasts.

A former Catholic substitute teacher and field hockey coach in Maryland was fired earlier this year after his school learned that he was also employed by the National Policy Institute ― white supremacist Richard Spencer’s think tank ― and the website Like Volitich, he posted on social media under a pseudonym. Additionally, he was in charge of Spencer’s security detail during the deadly “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in August 2017.

Volitich made clear on another podcast this year that her students know her political beliefs.


Volitich's most recent podcast featured an interview with Lana Lokteff, a rising star of the alt-right who quipped to an audience in Stockholm, Sweden, “It was women that got Trump elected. And, I guess, to be really edgy, it was women that got Hitler elected.” It's worth listening to at the HuffPo link to hear how rationally and intelligently these two women discuss and laugh off their bigotry. They might as well be having a latte at Starbucks and discussing their kids' grades.

There's no good way to keep a White supremacist out of a classroom or a boardroom or anywhere else where they want to infiltrate if they really want to get in and I doubt Miss Volitich is alone in thinking as she does and trying to influence the next generation to think the same way.

Don't sleep on how serious they are to do so.