None of which is true.
Their actions belie their claims. If they really were concerned about religious freedom, they would support Wiccan students' right to wear religious symbols such as a pentagram in school; they would defend Wiccan student after-school clubs on campus; they would have supported, and not opposed, Wiccan worship on Army / the Armed Forces bases. Further, they would actively oppose "teaching" Creationism because the surest way to safeguard religion is to keep it as far away from government, and vice versa, as possible.
What the Christofascists really want is NOT religious freedom, but religious tyranny: their brand of religion forced upon a citizenry that does not want it, nor who wish to support it (i.e., "vouchers"). Their religion is already very well protected by the USA Constitution's First Amendment.
For the Christofascists to oppose Wiccan worship on an Army base is to expose their hypocrisy for what it is: they only want religious liberty for themselves.
And they already have religious liberty! They and their children have every right to worship as they please; they may pray in school as much as they want; they may take their Scriptures to school and read them until their eyes are sore and their asses fall off; parents may "teach" Creationism to their children as much as they wish. No one is trying to deny them these rights.
They are lying when they claim otherwise.
The fact is, there is no way to stop someone from praying. Indeed, there is no way to know if one is praying or not. It is therefore absurd, ludicrous for them to claim they and their children are being prevented from praying in school. No one is stoping them; no one wants to stop them; no one could even if one wanted to. There are no laws against praying in school; there are no such laws proposed; there is no one wishing to make such laws. No teachers are preventing students from praying; no court, nor any religious libery group, has, is, or likely ever will oppose prayer in school.
And yet the very same people who claim they and their children are being "prevented from praying in school" are actively, agressively opposed to Wiccans being allowed to pray on Armed Forces facilities. The very same people who falsely claim they are being "descriminated against" because of their religion are enthusiastically working to deny Wiccans their right to equal religious freedom and treatment under the law.
I close my brief essay with a word of advice to the Christofascists who claim they are being "descrimated against" and yet wish to deny Wiccans the right to worship as we please, using words they claim to believe in:
But ye are forgers of lies, ye are all physicians of no value. O that ye would altogether hold your peace! and it should be your wisdom. Hear now my reasoning, and hearken to the pleadings of my lips. Will ye speak wickedly for God? and talk deceitfully for him? Will ye accept his person? will ye contend for God? Is it good that he should search you out? or as one man mocketh another, do ye so mock him? He will surely reprove you, if ye do secretly accept persons. Shall not his excellency make you afraid? and his dread fall upon you? Your remembrances are like unto ashes, your bodies to bodies of clay.