Michigan Woman Face Civil Rights Complaint For Seeking A Christian Roommate
A civil rights complaint has been filed against a woman in Grand Rapids, Mich., who posted an advertisement at her church last July seeking a Christian roommate.Soon, the government will be arranging marriages - between people of the opposite sex or the same sex, doesn't matter - and choosing the names for newborns - after deciding whether or not they should enjoy life in the first place.
The ad "expresses an illegal preference for a Christian roommate, thus excluding people of other faiths,” according to the complaint filed by the Fair Housing Center of West Michigan.
"It's a violation to make, print or publish a discriminatory statement," Executive Director Nancy Haynes told Fox News. "There are no exemptions to that."
Haynes said the unnamed 31-year-old woman’s case was turned over to the Michigan Department of Civil Rights. Depending on the outcome of the case, she said, the woman could face several hundreds of dollars in fines and “fair housing training so it doesn’t happen again.”
Maybe if she agreed to change religions (you know what I mean), or declare herself a lesbian, she'd be given a pass.
s/s Mark Shea