You may, indeed, have the right to 'hate'.
However, you do not have the right to act on it, or act it out.
Hate is not 'speech'. Speech is speech.
The government has the right and the power to label and characterize and categorize 'speech' such that:
Speech that is seditious is not protected under the 1st Amendment.
Speech that is 'obscene' purley for the sake of obscenity, is not protected under the 1st Amendment.
Speech that is fraudulant and designed to cause financial harm or detriment to a person's poccket or property is not protected under the 1st Amendment.
Speech that is libelous or slanderous is not protectected under the 1st Amendment.
Speech that causes injury or harm through intimidation or threat is not protected under the 1st Amendment.
Speech that is inciteful and/or incindiary is not protected under the 1st Amrndment.
When 'speech' represents a clear and present danger to the common good and the public welfare, the government has the right and the power to assert its overriding interest in maintaining national security, and the public peace and tranquility.
In such instances the exercise of governmrntal authority over such speech that is contrary to the common good and the overriding government interests may include , but not be limited to:
Regiuation of such speech;
Limitation of such speech;
Exclusion of such speech;
Elimination of such speech.
The 1st Amendment right of freedom of speech is not an absolute nor does it confer an absolute right.
The 1st Amendment provides a delicate framework within which the government and citizens are required and expected to function re the written and spoken word "to promote the general welfare for the benefit and purpose of the common good".
There are many who are far more learned than I am who continue to debate and argue amongst themselves and before the courts the nature and extent of the Bill of Rights v the Power and Authority of the Government.
What I offer here is but a modest outline of the various contexts and categories in which the debates and discussions may take place.
It is my hope that these few words will assist the interested and the curious in acquiring a broader and deeper understanding of the issues involved and have a stronger basis upon which to draw their own conclusions on the subjects presented.