MISSOURI: Raja Naeem should have lost his job because he refused to wear the taxi cab commissions mandated dress of black pants and a white top. But a dhimmi judge apparently thinks he has the right to mock and ignore the commission’s rules and regulations.
KSDK Since 2012 he’s been ticketed 34 times for wearing the Islamic attire. As a result, the Metropolitan Taxicab Commission revoked his license.
In court, the judge stated, “No one cares about the color of a cab driver’s pants.” “The civics and convention boards care. This is a uniform and there is a dress code,” said Neil Bruntrager, the Commission’s attorney. In the end, the judge ruled, “The Commission can’t make him wear black pants until I review the merits of this case.”
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