Could it be debated that humans don't even have free will?
Ultimately we're just highly evolved apes...
Stuff like ads kind of detract from it further.
Stuff like 'should I have pancakes, or waffles?' then choosing one, not from free will, but because its the thing which comes to mind first.
Free will is not an innate property, it is information relevant to a particular decision.
A cat has free will to catch one fish or another if it has information on where they are (by seeing them).
Humans can have free will about more decisions because humans can process more information.
Choosing pancakes or waffles is also about preference in addition to the information that you can get them. If you have no preference of liking one more than the other, you have a free choice. But your brain can make a random choice before you know it. If it is random it is free.
The minimum you need for free will is information. A god who does not provide sufficient information about itself and its nature cannot expect anyone to make a free choice of following it or not following it. There are so many sects and beliefs in Christianity that clearly the alleged god of the New Testament has not provided sufficient information for free will to act.
Skep has lost his free will because he is confused by his demons.