When a Muslim flight attendant, Charee Stanley, refused to do her job and serve passengers alcoholic drinks, she rightfully got suspended by ExpressJet Airlines.
But rather than accept her deserved fate, Stanley decided to team up with the terrorist-associated Council on American-Islamic Relations and file a discrimination complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
“We have informed ExpressJet of its obligation under the law to reasonably accommodate Ms. Stanley’s religious accommodation request regarding service of alcohol,” CAIR-Michigan attorney Lena Masri said in a statement. “Instead, ExpressJet has deliberately chosen to violate Ms. Stanley’s constitutional rights.”
According to CAIR, Stanley’s religious beliefs somehow empower her with the “constitutional” right to not perform the duties of a position that she voluntarily chose to pursue…In early June, for instance, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Muslim woman who sued Ambercrombie & Fitch for refusing to hire her because of her insistence on wearing an Islamic hijab.