The high school teacher from California featured in a video by Project Veritas for admitting he wanted to make “revolutionaries” out of his students will be fired.
Gabriel Gipe of Sacramento has been suspended and the school district says the plan to fire him, due to what they believe is a legal obligation to do so, according to Hot Air.
“Natomas Unified will be taking the legally required next steps to place the teacher on unpaid leave and fire the teacher…,” the school said in a letter published part by Hot Air.
“From the evidence gathered so far, the teacher violated the district’s political action guidelines which are aligned with Board Policy and California Education Code…”
The school outlined some of the egregiously offensive and inappropriate things Gipe was engaged in, including using the images of some of history’s most infamous dictators
“Additionally, the teacher, using his own money, purchased a series of rubber stamps. These stamps include an inappropriate image of Josef Stalin with an insensitive phrase, as well as other stamps with Fidel Castro, Kim Jung Un and others,” the school said.
The teacher was reportedly stamping his student’s work with the images of the communist leaders. The school went on to attempt to justify why they were unaware of Gipe’s actions.
Unfortunately for the school, there was a school board meeting that took place shortly after the video was released which featured “a lot of upset parents,” according to Hot Air.
It is as yet unclear what the school and the parents in the district plan to do to ensure there won’t be further communist recruitment in the taxpayer-funded institution.