I'll admit, that was my first thought. But I thought about it a bit more.
The issue is that recorded speech is protected as well. If I make a video saying that a certain politician is a vile person for whatever reasons--assuming that I'm not committing slander--just because I'm doing it "live" doesn't mean it's not protected speech. The government can't ban me from distributing that video just because of it's contents.
Like others said, the judge is right. Unfortunately.
To use a right-wing slogan, "freedom isn't free." Sometimes we have to put up with annoyances.