Project Veritas exposes Calif. teacher who admits to indoctrinating students

WASHINGTON, DC – SEPTEMBER 01: Conservative undercover journalist James O’Keefe (L) is photographed by Project Veritas Action Senior Communications Strategist Stephen Gordon during a news conference at the National Press Club September 1, 2015 in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

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UPDATED 10:57 AM PT – Wednesday, September 1, 2021

A California high school teacher is said to had bragged about turning his students into “revolutionaries.” An undercover Project Veritas video released on Tuesday, showed Inderkum High School’s Gabriel Gipe admitting that he and a growing number of teachers use the classroom to push communist propaganda.

The AP government teacher explained when he’s not disrupting conservative events with his local Sacramento Antifa Chapter, he grades students based off their willingness to attend radical fringe events.

After shaming teenagers who don’t follow his political views, the so-called anti-fascist went on to praise the Chinese Cultural Revolution. He then explained how he tracks his student’s political views.

Gipe reportedly requires his students to take a political ideology quiz every semester, along with providing a picture of their face. He then puts the picture of their face on the wall next to their political ideology.

According to Gipe, his goal as an educator is for his ideologies to rub off on his students and lead to a revolution against the state. He added he’s not the only teacher who promotes an anti-American agenda.

His bizarre comments have prompted serious concerns from tax paying parents regarding what exactly goes on behind closed doors in their children’s classroom. Responding to the backlash in a statement, Natomas Unified District said “instruction should be presented in a balanced manner that doesn’t promote any particular viewpoint.”

In the meantime, the Northern California school district said they are looking into the claims and will take appropriate action.

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