OK, so the EEOC has just issued a rule that it's illegal for an employer to refuse to hire someone simply because they are convicted felons. They say that policies like this are discriminatory because larger numbers are minorities. The EEOC says that this results in "disparate impact" and is presumed to be discrimination.
This seems ridiculous on its face, but let's consider the Second Amendment implications. Felons are prohibited from possessing firearms.
According to the EEOC, this is presumed to be racial discrimination. It would be interesting to see a class action lawsuit on these grounds.