But Cobb's not taking it lying down, as he provides frequent updates on this WhiteNations.com thread. He is conducting himself strictly in accordance with the law; Voice Of Russia reports that nobody can interfere with someone’s housing, pointing out laws under the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The North Dakota Department of Labor and Human Rights can’t do much either, as
Commissioner Bonnie Storbakken said the only way officials would step into the issue is if Cobb was in the rental property business or sold multiple dwellings and discriminated against someone and a complaint was filed. Cobb is weighing the possibility that he's also a victim of religious discrimination (he is an adherent of Creativity). He has appealed to the public to wage a campaign to help him get his job back, if possible. Cobb posted the following appeal on WhiteNations.com:
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The direct link to contact Border States Paving is firstname.lastname@example.org
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