By: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer
WASHINGTON, D.C — The Department of Justice (DOJ), headed by long standing anti-LGBT activist and now Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, went before the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday to argue that discrimination against gay workers is legal.
That’s right, the Department of Justice of the United States claims that discriminating against a segment of its population is illegal. You just can’t make this up!
The Department of Justice and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission went head to head in the highly publicized case of Zarda v. Altitude Express, Inc., where a man who was fired from his job as a skydiving instructor simply because he was Gay.
The court is set to reconsider a 17-year-old legal precedent stating that employment discrimination based on sexual orientation is not prohibited under federal law. We will keep you posted as this case continues to progress.
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