A California middle school teacher was recorded telling students that Hunter Biden had sex with his niece and that hospitals are stealing babies from unvaccinated parents.
In the seven-minute recording taken on October 18, the unidentified female history teacher at Anacapa Middle School in Ventura can be heard ranting at her eighth grade class on subjects ranging from vaccines and government, child pornography, the presidency – and even an alleged instance of incest by President Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.
The teacher, whose wild theories are closely aligned with those of far-right group QAnon, also heavily implied to her students that Donald Trump is still president, according to mom Sarah Silikula, whose son recorded her outburst.
‘People need to wake up and see the government has way too much power right now,’ the educator can be heard saying in the clip.
‘He also had child pornography on his laptop. He was having sexual intercourse with his own niece.’
The educator, whose identity has not been released, told her eight grade class Hunter Biden engaged in incest with cousin, laundered money and was caught with child pornography
The teacher also touched on vaccines during the tirade, suggesting that hospitals were secretly stealing babies from unvaccinated parents.
‘If you have a baby in the hospital, they don’t want to give it back if you’re not vaccinated. This is a complete power control threat,’ the teacher declared to the room of puzzled pupils.
The Anacapa Middle School teacher also made comments about the US justice system and the 2020 presidential election, where, at one point, a teacher’s assistant can be heard suggesting to her colleague that she not discuss the election.
What’s more, the schoolteacher also implied to the class that Donald Trump was still president.
In the full recording, obtained by DailyMail.com, she could be heard disputing recounts in the 2020 election, saying: ‘I’m not saying the entire election (was rigged) but the states where the audits were done, yes.’
Sarah Silikula, the mother of the student who recorded the concerning comments, who had previously instructed her son to pull out his phone and start videotaping if he ever felt uncomfortable in class, told Los Angeles’ CBS 2 that the impromptu lesson left her child confused and ‘damaged.’
The concerning incident occurred two weeks ago at Anacapa Middle School in Ventura
Sarah Silikula, the mother of the student who recorded the concerning comments, who had previously instructed her son to pull out his phone and start videotaping if he ever felt uncomfortable in class, told Los Angeles’ CBS 2 that the impromptu lesson left her child confused and ‘damaged’
The female teacher said Hunter Biden, pictured working on one of his paintings, had sex with his niece
‘He first got in the car and said, “Dad, teachers know everything,” Silikula recalled to the outlet, adding that her son ‘was very upset.’
Silikula then detailed how her son absorbed the teacher’s comments, growing defiant against vaccines and offering his mother a skewed perspective on the current political climate.
‘I’m never getting vaccinated,’ the boy reportedly told his mom, before adding, ‘I’m never getting any more shots of any kind. Did you know Trump’s still president?’
‘”She’s right, Dad. You’re wrong.”‘
Silikula also revealed how the history instructor’s comments harmed her relationship with her child, explaining that the youth believed his teacher’s questionable statements.
‘He’s damaged. He’s hurt. He’s scared. He doesn’t trust his parents now. He thinks we lied to him,’ Silikula said of her son.
‘I mean, why? Why does that need to be said in this classroom full of children?’ Silikula asked the outlet in the Tuesday interview.
The teacher also touched on vaccines during the alarming tirade, suggesting that hospitals were secretly stealing babies from unvaccinated parents
Outraged and upset over the contents of her son’s recording, Silikula revealed that she alerted the school that day.
Her son has not attended school since, SIlikula revealed, saying she does not want her son to see the teacher, who she referred to as ‘his abuser,’ ever again.
She further told DailyMail.com that her son is scared to return to school as well, telling his parents that he fears running into the teacher.
After speaking with staffers, Silikula revealed to DailyMail.com that the school’s principal, Mayra Vega Manriquez, subsequently begged the concerned mother not to speak with anyone else about the incident and wait for the school to conduct an internal investigation, which Silikula was told would take two weeks.
However, once the designated deadline for the internal probe arrived on Tuesday and the mother had not heard back, she decided to go public with the troubling recording.
After speaking with several outlets, Silikula says she was contacted by Ventura County’s assistant superintendent Tuesday night, who assured her that he had spoken to Anacapa’s HR department, and offered the vexed mother some vague consolation.
According to Silikula, during the Tuesday phone call, the assistant principal assured her that her son did not need to worry about running into the teacher when her returned to school.
Silikula responded by asking the assistant superintendent to put his guarantee in writing, and has not heard back since.
‘I trusted her to teach him the facts about history and she went off on this rant like a preacher on a pulpit,’ Silikula remarked.
DailyMail.com has contacted Ventura County School District for further comment.
The mother told DailyMail.com that she was concerned and upset by the fact that other parents of children in the class were unaware of the teacher’s political comments in the classroom, priming her to act when confronted by the contents of her son’s recording.
‘Whatever anybody’s political belief is, I respect. It’s their belief,’ Silikula told DailyMail.com, before adding: ‘Don’t impose it on my child who I trusted in your care.’
The Ventura Unified School District announced that they conducted an investigation into the incident, and no charges against the teacher were filed.
The district, however, did tell CBSLA that they do not condone the discussion that took place, and said that they are following the ‘progressive discipline policy,’ citing an ongoing agreement with the teachers’ union, which would have the teacher in question notified of her wrongdoings and instructed on how to rectify her behavior in the classroom.
The school’s superintendent also told Silikula that her son’s class was moved to a different teacher after the incident, she revealed Tuesday.
The peeved parent, however, told CBSLA that the lesson she wants people to take from the occurrence is that a teacher’s opinion – political or otherwise – should not be taught in the classroom.
As of Wednesday, the unnamed history teacher is still employed at the school, and has reportedly accepted responsibility for her contentious comments.
QAnon: America’s most lurid pro-Trump conspiracy theorists
Origins: Q non started on fringe website 4chan, where a poster calling themselves Q left messages claiming to be a senior federal official and purporting to reveal a ‘deep state’ cabal intent on bringing down Donald Trump. Q grew out of the discredited ‘Pizzagate’ conspiracy that top Democrats were involved in pedophilia and cannibalism from the basement of a Washington D.C. restaurant, but quickly picked up steam with ‘Q’ leaving ‘clues’ and claims that Trump was going to bring down the deep state. Whenever the conspiracies turn out to not be true, followers rationalize that the inaccuracies are part of Q’s larger plan.
Who is Q?: There may now be multiple people posing as Q on the anonymous 4chan boards
A QAnon believer blocked the bridge near Hoover Dam with a homemade armored tank in the name of the movement, and later pleaded guilty to terrorism
Hoover Dam: In June 2019, 32-year-old Matthew Wright, a QAnon supporter, blocked the bridge near Hoover Dam in Arizona with a homemade armored vehicle in a 90-minute stand-off. He pleaded guilty to terrorism charges and has written two letters to Donald Trump from jail, which include the sign-off, which has become the QAnon motto: “For where we go one, we go all.”
Michael Flynn: Trump’s former national security adviser became a martyr figure for QAnon believers after he took a plea deal from Special Counsel Robert Mueller, admitting he lied about his Russia contacts. QAnon conspiracy have spun Flynn pleading guilty into him being a persecuted victim of the deep state – and some even claim he is ‘Q.’
Many believers put three star emojis next to their Twitter handles. But the retired three-star general has denounced any connections to the group and pulled out of participating in an event after finding out it was hosted by a QAnon believer.
QAnon believers make former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn out to be a martyr after taking a plea deal with Robert Mueller
QAnon Political Candidates: Jo Rae Perkins, 64, won the Republican primary in Oregon in May to run for a Senate seat against incumbent Democratic Senator Jeff Merkley. “I stand with Q and the team,” she said when asked about her interest in the group. She insisted she goes to QAnon message boards as a “source of information” and claims media focuses too much on the group. Perkins won 49 per cent of the vote against three other Republicans.
Marjorie Taylor Greene came in first place in the Republican primary in a deep-red Georgia district, and was elected to the US House of Representatives in November 2020. She claims to have stopped believing in QAnon in 2018, but continues to make controversial statements, and was forced to apologize in June for comparing mask mandates to the Holocaust