Sacramento teacher recorded pledging allegiance to Antifa given 3 years' pay to resign

A Northern California teacher has received three years' pay in exchange for his resignation after he was secretly recorded by a conservative activist group professing his allegiance to Antifa, which in turn led the school district to find "clear violations of political activity" inside his classroom. KCRA 3 Investigates received documents from Natomas Unified School District on Tuesday, which detailed the settlement that was reached in January. The district agreed to pay Gabriel Gipe $190,000 in exchange for his resignation from Inderkum High School. The payout to Gipe was taxed and the school district ended up paying $100,390.90 which was broken up and issued in two checks.