First of all, all caps is shouting. Do not start shouting and expect a constructive discussion. You are not the only one who counts their time as being worth something.
What was your question? You seem to be posing a premise as if it were a fact and then rejecting anyone who rejects your premise, even if your premise is rejected on the grounds that it falsely put limits on the Divine.
The premise that God does not have free will is flawed. It is founded on an outright rejection of Divine Omnipotence and a serious misunderstanding of Divine Wisdom and the Divine Will.
CCC 272 Faith in God the Father Almighty can be put to the test by the experience of evil and suffering. God can sometimes seem to be absent and incapable of stopping evil. But in the most mysterious way God the Father has revealed his almighty power in the voluntary humiliation and Resurrection of his Son, by which he conquered evil. Christ crucified is thus “the power of God and the wisdom of God. For the foolishness of God is wiser than men, and the weakness of God is stronger than men.”(1 Cor 1:24-25) It is in Christ’s Resurrection and exaltation that the Father has shown forth “the immeasurable greatness of his power in us who believe”(Eph 1:19-22)
CCC 271 God’s almighty power is in no way arbitrary: "In God, power, essence, will, intellect, wisdom, and justice are all identical. Nothing therefore can be in God’s power which could not be in his just will or his wise intellect. (St. Thomas Aquinas, STh I, 25, 5, ad I.)
If revealed truth is not something you would classify as “factual,” then yes, you are coming to the wrong place for “discussions.” I don’t know where else you imagine you are going to get “facts” about the Divine, but we do hold to the faith as it has been handed down from the Apostles.
There is nothing to “discuss,” if by a “discussion” you mean you can simply throw out any premise you like with the self-granted authority to reject all objections to it out of hand as being “pius verbage.” If that is the kind of discussion you want, you are quite right in counting me out.