WATCH: Presidential Candidate Asks the Left for ‘A List of Jobs that Christians Aren’t Allowed to Have’

Bobby Jindal has had enough with the prevailing double standard that punishes Bible-believing Christians but gives Islamic fundamentalists anything they ask.

The governor of Louisiana was asked about the case of Achmed Mohamed, the 14-year-old Muslim boy who was arrested when the homemade clock he brought to school was mistaken for a bomb.

While he thought the error was regrettable, Jindal was less concerned with a school district’s understandable concern than with another kind of blatant viewpoint discrimination.

“The biggest discrimination is going on against Christian business owners and individuals who believe in traditional forms of marriage,” he said.

He referred to the case of Kim Davis, who was sent to jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to lesbian and homosexual couples.

“Let’s talk about that,” the excited governor said. “Let’s talk about the Christian florist, the caterer, the musician, who simply want to say, don’t arrest us, don’t discriminate against us, don’t shut down our businesses, don’t fine us thousands of dollars for believing marriage is between a man and a woman.”

“Lets talk about not discriminating against Christians,” he said.

Later, when former New York Gov. George Pataki said he would have fired Kim Davis for allegedly not doing her job, Jindal fired back.

“I’ve got a practical question. I’d like the :eft to give us a list of jobs that Christians are allowed to have,” he said.

“If we’re not allowed to be clerks, bakers, musicians, caterers, are we allowed to be pastors?” he asked. “We’re not allowed to be elected officials.”