Articles I and II of the United States Constitution specify in detail laws for election of the U.S. President, Vice President, Senators and Congressmen. Collectively, they create, modify and delete laws applicable to the United States and its citizens.
Amendment I includes, "Congress shall make no law restricting an establishment of religion or inhibiting the free exercise thereof, abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press ..."
Nowhere does the Constitution or its Amendments grant any right to a religion and/or a delegated member, to create, modify or delete any U.S. laws, or define itself as an authorized representative or spokesperson for above lawmaking parties or their positions on pending legislation.
Freedom of speech does not include violent acts or threats against a person or persons, misrepresentation of intent or actions or coercion of lawmakers regarding pending legislation.
James R. Wisialowski