Back in March, Constable Bobby Gutierrez (sort of like a sheriff) retired, so the commissioners in Williamson County, Texas had to replace him.
They interviewed five candidates and asked them each a series of important, relevant questions:
Are you for or against gay marriage?
Are you pro-life or pro-choice?
Who did you vote for in the last election?
What are your religious beliefs?
Because you have to be a good conservative Christian to be a cop.
Robert Lloyd, who was interviewed for the position but didn’t get it, is now suing the commissioners (along with Williamson County Judge Dan Gattis, who was also involved in the hiring process) over the illegal line of questioning:
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