EEOC defends Muslim accommodation… what about Christians?

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Muslims truck drivers fired for refusing to deliver alcohol win huge awards via EEOC for religious discrimination. According to WashingtonExaminer:

The EEOC argued that the company could have easily reassigned the drivers but did not and sued it for religious discrimination. Star Transport admitted liability in March. The jury awarded Mohamed and Bulshale $20,000 each in compensatory damages and $100,000 each in punitive damages. The judge awarded each about $1,500 in back pay.

What if ALL your employees are Muslim and your business is delivering alcohol? You’re not allowed to ask religious affiliation or ask about accommodations BEFORE hiring someone. Then what???

Too bad the EEOC isn’t as vigilant fighting battles for Christians as well.

H/T WashingtonExaminer and YoungConservatives

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