None of the above quotes could possibly be construed as "hatred." The fact that he doesn't like the anti-Catholic sewage that Hollywood feeds us, doesn't like gay activists, and doesn't like hypocrites (referring to the Martin Luther King quote) doesn't speak of any kind of hate, except the hatred of sin, perversion, blasphemy, and ugliness.
I'm sure, moreover, that he'd never say anything crass like "erection" or "oral sex" in front of children. In that way he is quite the contrast from the usual group of people he opposes, who want to make it mandatory to teach such things to little children before they've reached the age of reason. His style may be a bit aggressive, but he has a whole apathetic nation to reach with his message. He could never hold a candle to the foul crudity that one hears from the majority of other "spokespeople" or entertainers. If that sort of thing bothers you, then you must not have a TV in your home.
If you get out into the rest of the world and listen to people talk about why they have no use for the Church, it's his conduct and attitudes that are given as prime citations for what others perceive as Catholic hypocrisy and bigotry.
Maybe it's because what he says touches a nerve of guilt. They couldn't define "hypocrisy" or "bigotry" if their lives depended on it. They live an irony.