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April 13, 2023
Earlier this week, Project Veritas released a video of a California high school teacher explaining how he works towards making his students radicals.
Gabriel Gipe is an AP government teacher at Inderkum High School in Sacramento. He unknowingly met with an undercover Project Veritas reporter, where he was recorded talking about his political goals for his students. He said, “I have 180 days to turn them [students] into revolutionaries.” When asked how he does that, he responded, “Scare the f*ck out of them.”
Gipe shared the different ways he tries to push students towards supporting Marxist ideas. One way is through the public school system- extra credit. He said he posts a calendar in his classroom each week with different events, ranging from food distributions to protests. If his students attend an event, take pictures, and write a paper about it, he awards them with extra credit.
He also gives his students an assessment of their political beliefs which reveals their political inclinations. He posts the results in his classroom and retests them at least one other time later in the year. The teacher proudly announced that the results have been moving further to the left each year and that he is proud of the left-leaning stances of Generation Z.
Gipe also admitted to having an Antifa flag in his classroom and that he is “perplexed” when his students are uncomfortable with that, indicating that he believes them to be fascists. During the interview, Gipe expressed admiration for the Chinese Communist Party. Although he admitted that there were people “who were shot in the streets that probably shouldn’t have been”, he believes a lot of the communist ideals should be applied in the United States, even going so far as to say that the best possible solution is a violent overthrow of the U.S. government. Inderkum High School has several teachers who have similar beliefs as Gipe. How they express their beliefs in their classrooms is unknown.
ARTICLE: RITA VOGT
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