In an interview with Meet the Press on Sunday, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal said that while he "doesn't think there should be discrimination against anyone" he remains uncomfortable with creating "special legal protections" that prohibit discrimination against LGBT individuals.
Said the likely 2016 GOP presidential candidate:
I don't think certainly that there should be discrimination against anybody in housing and employment. That's not what my faith teaches me. I don't think that's appropriate and I think the good news is our society is moving in a direction of more tolerance. My concern about creating special legal protections is historically in our country, we've only done that in extraordinary circumstances. And it's not evident to me, it doesn't appear to me we're at one of those moments today.
Watch the interview, AFTER THE JUMP…