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FILE -- A worker arrives at the Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday morning after the federal government was shutdown when the House and Senate failed to pass a budget in Washington Oct. 1, 2013. (REUTERS/James Lawler Duggan) FILE -- A worker arrives at the Department of Homeland Security on Tuesday morning after the federal government was shutdown when the House and Senate failed to pass a budget in Washington Oct. 1, 2013. (REUTERS/James Lawler Duggan)  

Black supremacist out at Homeland Security nearly four months after being exposed as race war advocate

The federal employee who was exposed over the summer as an advocate for race war and the mass murder of white people, is finally out at the Department of Homeland Security.

In August, the Southern Poverty Law Center revealed that Ayo Kimathi, a Customs and Immigration Service acquisitions specialist, had been running a website preparing for a race war and calling for the mass murder of white people.

“Warfare is eminent,” the SPLC quoted the website, “and 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 was placed on paid administrative leave on Aug. 23 pending an investigation.

In November, National Journal reported Kimathi was still on paid administrative leave.

“This isn’t a mundane human resources matter or a tricky First Amendment question. DHS should have investigated and fired Kimathi months, or even years, ago,” the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Josh Glasstetter told National Journal in November.

Wednesday, nearly four months after the SPLC’s initial report, an ICE spokeswoman announced that Kimathi is no longer with the agency.

“Mr. Kimathi is no longer an ICE employee. His last day with the agency was December 6,” ICE spokeswoman Gillian Christensen said in an email.

When pressed for more details on the nature of his departure, Christensen explained to The Daily Caller, “Privacy policies established by [Office of Personnel Management] prevent us from commenting further other than to make you aware of the date his employment with the agency ended.”

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