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Politician Says Anti-LGBTQ+ Attacks Are Due to 'Perverse Lifestyle'

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KPVI reports.Brandon Huber, lead pastor of Clinton Community Church, this summer found Pride-themed fliers in free sack lunches the church was distributing in conjunction with the Missoula Food Bank.

The church then ended its arrangement with the food bank and started its own free lunch program. Huber announced in a Facebook post that the fliers conflicted with “biblical doctrine.”Huber works part-time for Windermere Real Estate in Missoula and is a member of the Missoula Organization of Realtors.

After the incident with the food bank, a Clinton resident filed an ethics complaint with the real estate group, saying Huber “cannot separate his religious bias from his entire person and will continue to be inherently biased against the LGBTQIAS+.

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