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ANTIFA Teacher Who Was Handed $190,000 by School after he Indoctrinated Students Seen Enjoying Beers and Bike Rides

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A high school teacher who hung Antifa flags in the classroom and wanted to turn students into “revolutionaries” has been seen enjoying the $190,000 he was awarded by the school to resign from his job.

Gabriel Gipe, 38 has been photographed out cycling and sipping beers in the sunshine with his political activist girlfriend who wore a shirt printed with “#SchoolsNotPrisons”.

The former educator was awarded a hefty pay-out by the school after it emerged he had purposefully been brainwashing kids with his radical views.

The Natomas Unified School District awarded the disgraced Antifa supporter – whose Instagram account shows shirtless photographs of Gipe proudly displaying a huge communist hammer and sickle symbol tattoo across his chest – with $190,000 to resign.

Gipe, who was a teacher at Inderkum High School in California was called out by Project Veritas last year as they exposed video footage of the radically left activist bragging about how he hung Antifa flags up on the walls of the classroom and branded a student who said he felt “uncomfortable” as a “fascist”.

“I have an Antifa flag on my [classroom] wall and a student complained about that – he said it made him feel uncomfortable,” bragged Gipe in the video clip.

“Well, this [flag] is meant to make fascists feel uncomfortable, so if you feel uncomfortable, I don’t really know what to tell you.

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“Maybe you shouldn’t be aligning with the values that this is antithetical to.”

The radical activist stamped student’s work with images of communist leaders including Stalin, Fidel Castro, and Kim Jung Un. He also would award students extra credit in class for attending left-wing protests.

Now it seems the Antifa fan is enjoying his lump-sum pay-out which left him with around three times his annual salary after the School District struck a deal with him.

The heavily tattooed former teacher was seen smiling as he rode his push bike to the local bar with his girlfriend. He ordered pizza and drinks with a group of smiling friends as they seemingly enjoyed the fruits of his left-wing activism.

He wore a black t-shirt with what appears to show a 5-pointed star and a horned demon in the center.

The next day, he stopped for gas wearing a ‘Boycott Driscoll’ t-shirt in support of a movement for farm workers in California, while his girlfriend opted for a black t-shirt displaying the words “Schools Not Prisons”.

Critics have slammed the double standards at play in American schools and questioned how other members of staff were unaware of Gipe’s blatant and very open political agenda he was pushing onto his students.

Erika Sanzi, Director of Outreach for Parents Defending Education said that Gipe should have been fired on the spot for gross misconduct, as any radically hard-right activist who was attempting to politically indoctrinate students would have been:

“This exorbitant payout for a teacher who should have been terminated on the spot is illustrative of why trust in schools is eroding so quickly,” he told the Mail.

“The settlement — paid in public dollars — only incentivizes bad actors to bring their activism into the classroom and then sit back and wait for a windfall of cash.”

Harmeet K. Dhillon, former vice chairwoman of the California Republican Party said that school governing bodies in the state have made it nigh impossible to remove toxic teaching staff from schools:

“This is a classic example of the death grip the California Teachers Association has on both our schools and our politicians — they’ve made it virtually impossible to fire even the most harmful, corrupt, and anti-learning teachers! 

“This teacher repeatedly violated multiple school norms about politicizing the classroom and yet had to be paid off handsomely to leave, like a squatter in an abandoned building,” she continued.

“The education of California’s children seems to be the lowest priority of the school system.”