Error has no rights.
This is a context-free truism, and it suggests a similar one in response: Talk is cheap.
When one has come down from the clouds to terra firma, the question that needs to be asked is, Who decides what constitutes error? Is it you? Is it Pope Francis the Fabulous? Or worse still, is it the US government?
Once you settle upon the correct answer, you might see that it is in the prudential interest of every true Catholic to support any and all initiatives to restrict to the utmost the criminally heavy hand of government. That government long ago made its own decision as to what constitutes Error, and it put us Catholics at the very top of its Naughty list. To choose just one tiny example among many, who is the designated primary villain when an elected or appointed official denounces the "enemies of reproductive freedom"?
The only government that should not be the object of round-the-clock suspicion is a totally Catholic government in a totally Catholic society. When the Archangel Michael arrives to announce the institution of that society, be kind enough to post a notice to that effect here at CathInfo.
In the meantime, awaken to the fact that Error is the first name of the government in the United States and in every nation of the formerly Christian West. Until that state of affairs becomes a thing of the past, all political talk and action ought to prioritize the spiritual and temporal welfare of the Faith and the Faithful. There will be time aplenty to deal with adherents of Error once King Michael sits on the throne.