As I was watching bits and pieces of Neil Gorsuch yesterday on CNN, especially concerning religious free speech, your comment perfectly expresses my take-away when deciphering his between-the-lines programmed response. According to Gorsuch's perspective, theists are the ones who are being denied full expression of (religious) free speech. Of course this totally ignores all the churches populating our communities and that Jehovah's Witnesses are free to disrupt people's lives with their "spreading of the word" all over the world.
Not only will I, an Atheist, not be allowed to speak against religion (especially Xtianity), I fully believe a list of "approved" religions could be established to which the freedom of (religious) free speech would be applicable.
How is this different from ISIS or the Taliban?
When the "right" talks about freedom, we must understand that they are referring to freedoms within the boundaries established by the ruling class -- freedoms that will not threaten the structure, hierarchy and authority of the ruling class. Individual freedom to resist against the "established freedoms" will not be tolerated.
In other words, you will be free to be compliant and obedient.