'God, Country, Family' tour stops in Clinton to support pastor accused of hate speech

Skylar Rispens

The “God, Country, Family” tour came to Clinton Community Church on Wednesday night, where speakers encouraged attendees to donate money to the church’s pastor to fund his lawsuit against the Missoula Organization of Realtors.

The stop in Clinton focused on “the LGBTQ agenda,” and speakers lined up to express support for Clinton Community Church’s lead pastor, Brandon Huber.

Earlier this summer, the church terminated its relationship with the Missoula Food Bank for its free lunch program after Huber discovered “pride” themed inserts in the sack lunches, saying they were “contrary to the church’s teachings.” The church started its own community lunch program.

In response, a Clinton resident filed an ethics complaint with the MOR that said that Huber “cannot separate his religious bias from his entire person and will continue to be inherently biased against the LGBTQIAS+ community in any and all circumstances.” Huber has been a member of the Missoula Organization of Realtors since August 2020 and works as a part-time agent for Windermere Real Estate in Missoula.

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