‘Antifa Teacher’ who wanted to make mini-revolutionaries in 180 DAYS placed on leave, school board flees raging Sacramento parents | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: DENY X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

‘Antifa Teacher’ who wanted to make mini-revolutionaries in 180 DAYS placed on leave, school board flees raging Sacramento parents

A California high school “Antifa teacher” was placed on paid leave “for his actions in the classroom” after a fraught school board meeting. He admitted to working on turning kids “into revolutionaries” in a Project Veritas video.

Gabriel Gipe will be removed from his post as an AP government teacher at Inderkum High School, the school board announced on Wednesday. He was placed on paid leave that morning after allegedly violating the Natomas Unified School District’s school policies regarding displaying political material and advocating for political outcomes. After a hidden-camera video emerged in which he boasted about turning Sacramento’s children into mini-me revolutionaries, nearly half a million angry parents and viewers – either online or in person – turned out to air their grievances.

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