Realtors rule Clinton pastor violated hate speech ethics code

Zoe Buchli

A Clinton pastor and former Missoula real estate agent was found to have violated the National Association of Realtors ethics code over accusations of homophobic hate speech toward the LGBTQ+ community.

A Missoula Organization of Realtors hearing decision document attached to a July 27 Missoula County District Court filing shows Brandon Huber violated the Realtors’ Code of Ethics when he shared a social media post in November promoting an event at his church that would “expose the LGBTQ agenda.” MOR also reprimanded Huber for publicly sharing an ethics complaint against him.

The decision came after a six-hour long ethics hearing on July 19 with Huber, his Bozeman-based attorney, Matthew Monforton, MOR and its attorneys, five panel members and the two people who filed ethics complaints against Huber. The hearing was closed to the public.

“Although this is the respondent’s first violation of the Code, these violations are considered very serious and based upon a disregard for the Code of Ethics, specifically Article 10 and 14,” the hearing document states.

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