As Justice Breyer has regularly quipped, "We are right because we are last, we are not necessarily last becaue we are right."
That being said, if he feels so strongly about it, I recommend to Representative Bridenstein to willfully violate any law he thinks it is unconstitutional, despite the Supreme Court's ruling (or other court's rulings) to the contrary. I am sure he will suffer no consequences in light of his clear determination that the law is unconstitutional.
And, if he commits a crime or obtains financial liablity in doing so, he can just say, "But the law is unconstitutional TO ME!" I assure you, that defense works ALL THE TIME.
Honestly, this is one of the things I find so offensive about this new brand of libertarianism masking in the Republican party. The answer is always, "Well, I don't have to respect our institutions, even if I'm a part of them and lose."