Teacher: “I Have 180 Days to Turn Them into Revolutionaries”

Madison, Wisconsin / USA - April 24th, 2020: Antifa member protests against the stay at home order protesters during the reopen Wisconsin rally during the covid-19 outbreak pandemic

Your school tax dollars at work!

Here we go again. When are people going to get the message?

So now we have an Advanced Placement Government teacher at Inderkum High School, California, bragging about how he indoctrinates his students into communism, one Gabriel Gipe (https://www.projectveritas.com/news/breaking-pro-antifa-high-school-teacher-in-california-admits-communist/). Project Veritas has captured him on videotape.

“I have an Antifa flag on my [classroom] wall,” Gipe boasts. Click the link above for his full communist rant.

If you live within that school district, this is what your school tax dollars pay for. “Ideology quizzes” and all. Plus the kids get extra credit for joining “protests.” Gotta protest against “hyper-individualism.” Whatever that is.

Our whole public education system is infested with these anti-American termites. Why do we put up with it? This doofus should have been fired months ago.

Unless you really want your kids turned into Far Left wackos who hate their country, why in heaven’s name do you sent them to a public school? Pull them out! Remove enough kids from the system, and it will collapse. Kill public education, and Far Left Crazy dies.

This is going on all over the country, and it has to stop. The American people have to make it stop. And the only way to make it stop is to take your children out of there.

We are “educating” our country to death. It has to stop.

P.S.–The ninnies on the school board who hired this creep must all be forced to resign.

7 comments on “Teacher: “I Have 180 Days to Turn Them into Revolutionaries”

  1. Here is a hymn suggestion to take our minds off the darkness for a little while: Blessed Assurance. We can have this, and we can teach it to our children to counteract all this satanic activity.

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