An elementary school teacher in Oakland, Calif. has been revealed to have an online history of extreme far-left posts.
Hayden Eller, a third grade school teacher at AIMS College Prep Elementary School, wrote a post on Twitter calling for his followers to kill police earlier this year.
"K**l your local police chief," Eller wrote in a May 5 post on Twitter using the moniker "@burtbothian." His account was deleted on Thursday after conservative activist Tayler Hansen tweeted out screenshots from Eller’s Twitter account.
Eller was identified as the person behind the account because he posted photos and videos of himself in the classroom with children present.
Eller, who said he suffers from schizophrenic tendencies, has also expressed a desire for political violence against civilians and the U.S. "Are we ready to kill + eat the rich yet? Please?" he tweeted in March 2020. Then in May 2020 he wrote: "F— Joe Biden, f— this two party system, let it burn, the U.S. shouldn't be a country anymore."
Eller is one of three third grade teachers at AIMS College Prep Elementary School, according to the school's website. As of Thursday, he was listed on the staff page but has since been removed. It is unclear if he is still employed at the school. AIMS College Prep Elementary School has been reached for comment but refused to give any information on Hayden Eller's employment status.
The school’s website says it "serves 250 inner-city students from grades K-5." The charter school was the recipient of the Blue Ribbon Award as well as the 2020 Hart Vision Awards for School of the Year in Northern California.
In addition to being a teacher, Eller is also the lead vocalist of emo band The Co Founder. The group donated proceeds from music sales earlier this year to Stacey Abrams' Fair Fight Action organization. Abrams, a Democrat, ran and failed to be Georgia’s governor in 2018. She has repeatedly refused to concede the election.
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