You keep saying that (twenty or thirty times now, I've lost count). But repetition doesn't make it true. Links to actual laws, or even legal interpretations favoring your fantasy, would be more compelling. Got any of those?Wrong.
After the 14th amendment, no one can violate individual rights.
It is law and government that finally decides if you illegally discriminated, abused, or infringed.
Employers with more than 3 employees are bound by the law to treat all people equally.
There is no discrimination that is legal unless it can be shown to effect the business.