The EEOC is suing Star Transport for rightfully terminating two Muslims who refused to do their job. If these Muslim truck drivers don't want to deliver alcohol, then they shouldn't have taken a job in which part of their duties would be to deliver alcohol. It's that simple.
PEORIA, Ill. - Star Transport, Inc., a trucking company based in Morton, Ill., violated federal law by failing to accommodate two employees because of their religion, Islam, and discharging them, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged in a lawsuit filed today.
The lawsuit alleged that Star Transport refused to provide two employees with an accommodation of their religious beliefs when it terminated their employment because they refused to deliver alcohol.
The drivers refused to deliver legal products in America? So where, pray tell, does this end? I suspect the EEOC hasn't quite figured out where they'll draw the line on their enforcement of Sharia law:
• Ham sandwiches?
• Single women on buses?
• Magazines that depict "un-Islamic" images?
• Slot machines and other devices related to gambling?
Perhaps you could contact the Office of the Inspector General of the EEOC and ask them where exactly this line will be drawn.
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL
P.O BOX 77067
WASHINGTON D.C. 20013-7067
OIG Main Number: 202-663-4327
OIG Fax Number: 202-663-7204
OIG Hotline Number: 800-849-4230
As attorney Mark Levin has frequently observed, we now live in a post-Constitutional Republic.
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