SACRAMENTO – A teacher who was secretly recorded pledging his support to “antifa” and saying his goal was to train his students to be “revolutionaries, was given three years of pay in order to resign.
The Sacramento Bee reported the Natomas Unified School District paid Gabriel Gipe $190,000 to not fight his termination.
Gipe resigned from the district four months after a conservative group known for undercover sting operations published secretly recorded video of him saying that he had 180 days to “scare the s—” out of his students and turn them into “revolutionaries.”
The final payment totaled $100,000.
The settlement bars the district from discussing details of Gipe’s separation with any potential new employers. Officials may only confirm basic details of his employment such as his salary, the dates he worked there and the Jan. 7, 2022 date that he resigned.