The video showed that Tony Kinnett, the Indianapolis School District science coordinator, instructional coach, and administrator blew up social media on November 4.
'When we tell you that schools aren't teaching critical race theory... that's misdirection,' he says in the video, which has been retweeted and quote-tweeted over 7,000 times.
'We don't have the quotes and theories in state standards per se,' he proceeds. ``We do have CRT in how we teach. We tell our teachers to treat our students differently based on color.
He then goes on to say: 'We tell our students that every problem is a result of white men. And that everything western civilization built is racist. That capitalism is a tool of white supremacy. This is in math, history, science, the arts and it's not slowing down.'
Kinnett posted that his access to various work accounts had been stripped away earlier Thursday and confirmed that he's been placed on paid leave.
'As of one hour ago, Indianapolis Public Schools has suspended my access to email & Google Drive,' Indianapolis district science coordinator, instructional coach, and administrator Tony Kinnett tweeted along with a screenshot.
Kinnett revealed that he's also been banned from district school buildings or hosting professional development sessions.
'I've been required to work from home the last two weeks, as staff reportedly have 'clinical anxiety' over working with me,' Kinnett added. 'When I came to get books from my office, phone calls were made to each team member so they'd be clear of the building.'
Nevertheless, he claimed he downloaded more documents and videos from the district's public server before he was sanctioned and will share it further soon.
Kinnett acknowledged that he has been banned from going to any school building or from hosting professional development while pledging to continue releasing more information that he has already downloaded from the district.
' They've apparently gotten tons of emails and texts and calls from people who have refused to work with me, if they have to work with me they will walk,' Kinnett explained. 'I have been banned from coming into their buildings and they are terrified I am going to pull out my phone and record their classes.'
He commented to Fox News that those concerns are 'unfounded.' Kinnett argued that he's never released any non-public information and will be filing a request under FOIA to confirm complaints with the district.
During his meetings with HR, officials, and administrators, Kinnett recalled that he was told that negative pushback he received from the school was his fault and chastised him for being 'oblivious' to that fact.