Alaska Airlines Flight Attendants Allegedly Fired Over Christian Beliefs

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Alaska Airlines has been accused by two former employees of anti-religious discrimination after the corporation fired them for asking questions about the company’s promotion of the Equality Act, an issue the company itself had proposed for discussion on a type of chat forum.

According to First Liberty Institute, the formal complaints have been filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and charge the company discriminated against the two flight attendants because of their “Christian beliefs.”

The former employees’ union is also named, as it was accused of joining in the company’s agenda against the employees.

Alaska Airlines did not respond to a WND request for comment.

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