The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating religious discrimination claims against two airports because plans for Chick-fil-A restaurants were scrapped after complaints about the fast food chain's stance on LGBTQ issues.
Now I have to conclude that barring a party for its stance on anything where a government facility is concerned is not right. Something about making no law regarding the establishment of religion. But, at the same time for a representative of a company to say they aren't out to oppress a party when they damn well are, tells me that the company in question cannot be trusted. As Jesus of Nazareth once said, "Make your 'yes' a 'yes;' and your 'no' a 'no'. In short, speak honestly.
When the consequences of an action means harm to another, than supporting that action in any fashion means you support it.