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Nathan Larson, a man who advocates pedophilia, white supremacy and rape, and who served 16 months in prison for threatening to kill the president, is running for Congress.
The 37-year-old accountant from Charlottesville, Va., is running as an independent in Virginia's 10th congressional district.
Larson's unorthodox candidacy further complicates an already wild race in Virginia's 10th. Six Democrats, including one who said President Trump poses as much of a threat to democracy as Osama bin Laden, are vying for the nomination to take on Republican incumbent Rep. Barbara Comstock. Comstock, considered one of the more vulnerable Republicans in this year's midterms, is facing a primary challenge from the right by financial planner Shak Hill.
His platform includes drug legalization, the elimination of all regulations regarding firearms and "putting an end to U.S. involvement in foreign wars arising from our country's alliance with Israel."
According to Larson, whites differ from other races because of "our cultural creativeness, our willingness to invest in the long term rather than living for today, and our conscientious desire to do the right thing even if it requires heroic self-sacrifice for the good of society."
Larson identifies himself as a "quasi-neoreactionary libertarian." His platform includes drug legalization, the elimination of all regulations regarding firearms
In a rambling, hate-filled stream of consciousness he calls his "campaign manifesto," Larson laid out his views on the world. A fan of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, Larson said he wants to restore "benevolent white supremacy," rebuild the patriarchy, eliminate child labor laws and legalize early marriage. He has also advocated for the legalization of incest and child pornography
Ed Gillespie, last year's Republican nominee in the gubernatorial race, cited Larson's candidacy as a reason that restoring rights to felons was a bad idea and faulted Democrats who supported the move.
his platform as a “quasi-neoreactionary libertarian” candidate includes [...] legalizing incestuous marriage and child pornography.
In the [campaign] manifesto, Larson called Nazi leader Adolf Hitler a “white supremacist hero.” He urged Congress to repeal the Violence Against Women Act, adding, “We need to switch to a system that classifies women as property,initially of their fathers and later of their husbands.”
originally posted by: Liquesence
a reply to: Grambler
Sure some people believe any outlandish disgusting things.
Or were you referring to a particular group of people or something?
Yes, those who believe the aforementioned (pedophilia, rape, woman as property, etc) are acceptable in practice.