Here, I’ll prove it.
Several news outlets have reported that a Florida high school principal is no longer employed at the school after he allegedly told a parent, he ‘can’t say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event’
Here’s more from Nicole Darrah reporting here for Fox News:
The Florida high school principal who refused to say the Holocaust happened because “not everyone believes” the historical event actually occurred has been fired.
[The] principal of Spanish River High School in Boca Raton was initially reassigned when it was revealed he made the comments in April 2018. But on Wednesday, the  school board voted to oust him from the district.
The ‘comments’ are in an email that the Palm Beach Post published.
Among other things, the principal wrote, “[N]ot everyone believes the Holocaust happened and you have your thoughts but we are a public school and not all of our parents have the same beliefs so they will react differently,…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.”
Amazingly, the principal appeared to double down by questioning slavery in a similar vein, “I do allow information about the Holocaust to be presented and allow students and parents to make decisions about It accordingly. I do the same with Information about slavery, I don’t take a position but allow for the Information to be presented and parents to be parents and educate their students accordingly.”
If one of your employees is a revisionist historian, you probably won’t know it. And, even if you do, the employee’s re-interpretation of history won’t impact the workplace in any material way.
Except, of course, in a situation like this one here. Such stupidity/insensitivity memorialized in email and shared with a co-worker or customer (or in this case a student’s parent) requires appropriate discipline.