Thanks, Terry McAuliffe: Convicted felon and admitted pro-incest, pro-rape pedophile running for Congress

On Thursday, news broke that thirty-seven-year-old Nathan Larson is running as an independent in Virginia’s 10th congressional district.  No big deal, right?  Except for the fact that Larson is a convicted felon whose platform includes “benevolent white supremacy,” legalization of child pornography and legalizing incest.

According to the Washington Post:

Nathan Larson lives with his parents, and spends most of his waking hours on the Internet in between intermittent work as an accountant. And it’s mostly there that he’s developed some views that put him on the extreme fringes of society.

He believes in instituting a patriarchal system, with women under the authority of men; he supports abolishing age restrictions for marriage and laws against marital rape; he believes that white supremacy is a “system that works,” that Hitler was a “good thing for Germany,” and that incest should be legalized, at least in the context of marriage. And at one point in a conversation with The Post, he seemed to express admiration for the system run by the Taliban in Afghanistan, noting that the country’s birthrate fell as a consequence of increased opportunities for women after the United States’ more than decade-long intervention.

“We need to switch to a system that classifies women as property, initially of their fathers and later of their husbands,” he wrote about the The Violence Against Woman Act.

WTVR added:

“A lot of people are tired of political correctness and being constrained by it,” he told the Huffington Post Thursday. “People prefer when there’s an outsider who doesn’t have anything to lose and is willing to say what’s on a lot of people’s minds.”

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During the interview, Larson admitted that he created the recently shut down websites “suiped.org” and “incelocalypse.today,” which were chat rooms for pedophiles and misogynists.

On those websites, the Huffington Post reports that Larson bragged about raping his late ex-wife repeatedly and fantasizing about incest with his daughter, whom he does not have custody.

CBS noted that Larson spent 16 months in prison for threatening to kill the president in 2008, saying that it was unclear whether his threat targeted then-President George W. Bush or President-elect Barack Obama.

CBS further said: “His 2018 candidacy was made possible, HuffPost notes, when in 2016 Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe restored the right of felons to vote and run for office. Larson is running as a ‘quasi-neoreactionary libertarian,’ and he espouses a number of views that are disturbing and, to put it mildly, out of step with cultural norms.”

That’s putting it mildly.  In fact, he’s so extreme that state libertarians want nothing to do with him.

“Nathan Larson does not have and will never receive the Libertarian Party nomination,” Libertarian Party of Virginia Chair Bo Brown said in February 2017, according to CBS.

“He espouses many archaic and dark ideas that fly in the face of libertarian philosophy. The Libertarian Party believes in equal rights for all people. No matter how he attempts to rationalize his opinions, they are far outside the realm of the Libertarian Party Platform. If he persists in his campaign for office, he will find that his ideas and previous writings are considered repugnant to the people of Virginia and rightfully so.”

Here’s just some of the agenda items in his campaign manifesto, as posted by CBS:

  • Legalize the possession and distribution of child pornography;
  • End minimum age for consumption of alcohol;
  • Repeal Violence Against Women Act. “We need to switch to a system that classifies women as property, initially of their fathers and later of their husbands,” Larson writes;
  • Legalize early marriage’
  • Legalizing suicide. “Legalizing barbiturates, heavy machine guns, etc. makes available reliable and peaceful means of suicide for those who need them,” his manifesto reads;
  • Favors right to discriminate;
  • Legalize insider trading;
  • Puts forward the idea that Jewish state should be in “more defensible location,” like the state of New Jersey;
  • End laws that ban felons from owning firearms.

And all this can be laid straight at the feet of Terry McAuliffe, the former Democrat governor of Virginia.

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