Project Veritas was able to expose a teacher in Sacramento, California who was teaching his students to become communist revolutionaries.
In a video that was secretly recorded by a Project Veritas journalist a Sacramento teacher was recorded saying he would scare children into accepting communist ideology.
The teacher also reportedly had an Antifa flag on the wall in his classroom and it’s reported that the teacher even gave extra credit to students who participated in Antifa protests.
After Project Veritas released the video that exposed the Sacramento teacher, many parents went to the Natomas Unified School District School Board and called for the far-left teacher to get fired.
After hundreds of parents called for far-left teacher Gabriel Gipe to get fired the district finally heeded their voices and are about to fire Gabriel Gibe.
Here is one of the parents that called for the woke teacher to get fired:
A star is born! pic.twitter.com/QAqmkLAdns
— Cernovich (@Cernovich) September 2, 2021
Here is the video of what got the teacher fired in the first place:
Fox News had more on the Communist being fired:
A far-left California teacher with a hammer and sickle tattoo and an apparent affinity for Antifa and brutal communist dictators will be fired after bragging on video that he was working to radicalize his students “further and further left,” his employer announced Wednesday.
In a letter, the Natomas Unified School District Superintendent Chris Evans wrote that Gabriel Gipe, a social studies teacher at Inderkum High School, would be terminated after Project Veritas found Antifa and Mao Zedong posters in his classroom and recorded him talking about indoctrinating his students.
“As of today, this teacher was placed on paid leave because of his actions and choices in the classroom,” Evans wrote. “Natomas Unified will be taking the legally required next steps to place the teacher on unpaid leave and fire the teacher.”
After the Project Veritas video emerged, the district’s internal investigation found Gipe responsible for numerous violations of its code of conduct.
“Our teachers must, without bias, or favoring their own personal beliefs share facts and information around differing perspectives,” Evans wrote. “This teacher crossed that line and violated that trust.”
Gipe also allegedly had a collection of stamps dedicated to Communist dictators, including one of Joseph Stalin and “an insensitive phrase,” which he had allegedly used to mark students’ work as complete. Other stamps had images of Fidel Castro and Kim Jong Un.
Time to seriously consider home schooling, folks. https://t.co/Ytrivzn5v5
— William Dais (@william_dais) August 31, 2021