Except it seems like conservative free speech absolutism is a lie and that their supposed small-government ideology is a lie as well, that they use patriotism to enforce state-backed social hierarchies, the Right is currently having a manufactured freak out over Disney and seem to want to punish Disney over being too woke or grooming or some other made-up culture war nonsense (I don't even like Disney, but I know this is made up) and frankly, I think Libertarians are mostly fine supporting this, supposed Libertarians like Stefan Molyneaux complain about cancel culture all the time.
I don't pretend to adhere to some fake ideology to hide my motives, I think the government should be as big or as small as various circumstances dictate, some things can be handled by the government, and other things can be handled by other actors, more like worker co-ops than corporations. I would argue that the vast majority of the Right believe in social hierarchies over this supposed small-government ideology. The battle isn't between small and big government, it's between social equality and social hierarchy.
Debating the merits of Right-wing small-government ideology is like debating the merits of the North Korean ideology of Juche, pointless because it's all fake and whether a few people actually believe in it is irrelevant, the vast majority of the Right have proven that they don't, no one gets an infinite supply of benefit of the doubt.