No she shouldn’t afterall I think her stance for right (against immoral behavior) and for God and the.. 2nd distantly the 1st Amendment protect her from having to do this!
Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.
Wherein it is understood that government is constituted of the people, and therefore, also, their morals which are derived from religion, and in particular, the Judeo/Christian religion.
You are correct that the 1st Amendment is ultimately a human invetion (based on Christian principles), and therefore cannot protect her, but her stance for Christ-and against immorality (even if she is punished by the state) will be protected by God (her conscience cannot be violated by sinful men). J.S.