Wait … are there people who don't think slavery was real
A high school principal in Florida has been removed from his position over his refusal to state that the Holocaust was a factual historical event
High school principal who questioned the Holocaust and whether slavery was real loses his post, but still has a job in the school district. Why is he still employed there at all?
“I can’t say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event because I am not in a position to do so as a school district employee,” said the principal of a high school in Boca Raton, FL. #education #history #Florida
How could someone who believes he can’t take a position on the Holocaust be given a job at a public school ... (checks notes) .... Florida!
One reason young people think America is not great is their ignorance about history. If you don’t know about the holocaust how can you have reverence for the country that fought to free the camps?
This is where the “both sides” logic leads: denial of facts, gussied up as neutrality.
The most shocking sentence in the article below is this one: "And 52 percent of Americans wrongly thought Hitler had come to power through force."
In case there is any doubt about why attacks on knowledge are dangerous, I present Exhibit A: via
“Principal Who Tried to Stay ‘Politically Neutral’ About Holocaust Is Removed”