I disagree with Chick-fil-a, but what this guy did was awful.
There are terrible people who lie on the left side of the political spectrum, but there are also terrible people who lie on the right. The majority of people, from what I've seen, who are upset with Chick-fil-a are genuinely caring people who want gay people to have equal rights. I'm sure most of the people supporting them are also good people just trying to do what they think is right...however much I may disagree with them.
Actually she may have a law suit, he basically interviewed her and didn't get permission to put it in public...when you video or take pictures and people end up in it by mistake they cant really sue but he purposely interviewed her without identifying he was a reporter or a student doing a study or anything, and went out of his way to harass her and embarrass her and asked questions about her employer and their views ...this could most defiantly become a legal matter.
he basically interviewed her and didn't get permission to put it in public.
She was in a public place, and had the ability to walk away...he's a total jerk, but there's nothing she can sue over.
you can sue over ANYTHING...LOL now whether you win or not would be a different story...my take was coming from the point she was at work where she really wasn't free to walk out or away from 1000 customers in line, well unless she wanted to possibly lose her job...LOL Would she win anything, probably not but the jerk may think twice before doing it again! She was targeted for nation wide public harassment and embarrassment when he posted it online ..there are laws against that