Meet Mr. Gabriel Gipe.
Gipe is an AP Government teacher at Inderkum High School in Sacramento, California.
AP Government is a college-level course designed to teach students the concepts and foundations of the United States political system.
Instead of teaching his students the principles of American government, Gipe uses his position to push Communist & ANTIFA propaganda.
Gipe has an ANTIFA flag and poster of Mao Zedong on his classroom wall.
When a student told him the ANTIFA flag made them uncomfortable, Gipe insinuated they were a fascist.
He bribes his students with extra credit to get involved with ANTIFA events.
And he brags about turning kids into Marxists.
But he’s not alone with his far-left philosophy.
Gipe comments that several colleagues share his views.
That’s an alarming trend of the infiltration at our public schools.
Because they’re teaching the leaders of tomorrow.
If our children continue to grow up in these indoctrination facilities, the America we once knew will forever disappear by the next generation.
There will be no turning back without an intervention now.
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Kudos to Project Veritas for the explosive investigation:
Citizen Stringer reported:
Project Veritas just revealed a new investigation, complete with the hidden camera footage that we all know and love.
This time, their lens was set on Gabriel Gipe, AP Government Teacher at Inderkum High School in Sacramento, California.
Gipe is a self-described Antifa member who admits to indoctrinating the children in his care.
Gipe is being interviewed, but the unknowing Atifa teacher does not realize that he is being filmed or that he is being outed by the conversation. One has to wonder, with an Antifa flag hanging inside his classroom, just how comfortable he is being a member of Antifa?
The first part of the video, Gipe is talking about organizing in Sacramento and what he does to
“Sacramento organization that is under the banner of Antifa is very loosely organized, right? So that Yeah, when when there is like right-wing rallies and stuff, then we will create an opposition to this,” he states.
This is definitely the case in many of the instances over the years where republicans attempt to have a rally and Antifa show up and start attacking people.
“Where would you go to connect to some of these organizations? Like I post a calendar every week. And then so like, it’s and I do it for extra credit. So they get points for doing, like, and so that encourages them to do it. And I have like students show for like protests, community events, you know, tabling food distribution,” he states. Adding, “So they, when they go, they take pictures, they write up a reflection that they’re like, I have an Antifa flag on my, on my wall. And a student complained about that. And you said it made them feel uncomfortable? Well, this is meant to make Baptists feel uncomfortable. So if you feel uncomfortable, I don’t really notice it. Maybe you shouldn’t be aligning with the values that this is antithetical to.”
“I have 180 days to turn them into revolutionaries…Scare the f*ck out of them.”
Antifa members are often the first ones to point out that there is no formal structure to Antifa. If no one can point to a leader, then how can someone say it was anything other than natural opposition to fascism.
Gipe describes some of the organizing that does exist within the community, not through Antifa, but through satellite organizations that facilitate coordination.
Gipe says, “That app, if you’re looking to get involved is Nortel resist. Nortel resist does direct outreach for like undocumented folks. They help them with like material support, as well as legal aid and support with the help of the National Lawyers Guild. So they work in tandem with each other. So that’s why I do like political efficacy events because I want to get them out in the community.”
Gipe states that he tests his class every year to determine their Ideologies and that every year he notices that the students are moving more and more to the left. “So, they [students] take an ideology quiz and I put the results on the classroom wall. Every year, they get further and further left…I’m like, ‘These ideologies are considered extreme, right? Extreme times breed extreme ideologies.’ Right? There is a reason why Generation Z, these kids, are becoming further and further left.”