The “Let’s Go Brandon” rally for Missoula- area Pastor Brandon Huber is taking place Wednesday night. Plus, the Missoula Organization of Realtors has now issued a formal statement regarding his case. (That news update is further below)
For those who missed the story, the free speech rights and the Christian beliefs of Missoula-area Pastor Brandon Huber are under attack. Now, locals are planning a “Let’s Go Brandon” rally to stand up for Pastor Brandon.
I spoke with Pastor Brandon’s lawyer Matthew Monforton. The pastor also works part time as a realtor in Missoula, and is being targeted for his Christian beliefs by the Missoula Organization of Realtors.
Monforton says the issue comes down to a simple question- “Is the Bible hate speech? Because that’s what the Missoula realtors are alleging.” Monforton continued:
As your listeners may know the National Association of REALTORS recently enacted a hate speech provision that applies to all realtors, and it applies 24/7 not just when they’re doing the job.
So what exactly was it that the complaint against Huber alleges was “hate speech?”
The ‘hate speech’ was a letter that Pastor Brandon distributed to his congregation explaining his actions. He basically said, look, we’ve been partners with the Missoula Food Bank. They want to distribute