A high school teacher in Sacramento is reportedly being let go after being caught in a controversial undercover video.
The Natomas Unified School District confirms the teacher from Inderkum High School will be dismissed. The video reportedly shows the teacher urging students to become "revolutionaries" and praising the group Antifa. The video generated threats towards the school district. The district said the evidence gathered so far shows the “teacher violated the district’s political action guidelines.” All signage and posters have reportedly been removed from the classroom and the district said it believes the best course to rebuild the learning environment is a fresh start, according to CBS Sacramento.
“There is no excuse for communism on American soil,” explained Natomas resident, David Aria. “The principal, the vice principal and the board has to go.”