Meet Nathan Larson, the Politically Correct Paedophile and Politician

Meet Nathan Larson, the Politically Correct Paedophile and Politician

Unbelievably, this isn?t from Ripley?s Believe it or not

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Meet Nathan Larson, the world?s first Politically Correct Paedophile from Virginia. Also, arguably the best reason I?ve ever seen for birth control.

Try and imagine the most unpleasant combination of human characters rolled up neatly into one person and you?d arrive pretty much at Nathan Larson?s front door.

Describing himself as a politically correct paedophile, he has managed to chalk up the following distinctions in his short, but busy lifespan.

  • An 18-month spell in prison for threatening the life of then-President, George W. Bush
  • Called for the abolishment of women?s rights to vote and suggested their status be reverted to that of property, owned of course by men.
  • Called for the abolishment of Child Sex and Incest laws
  • Launched two Reddit?s, one for paedophiles and the other for incels , both closed by the platform after complaints
  • Advocated child rape
  • Raped his ex-spouse, who was transgender and later committed suicide
  • Petitioned the courts to revoke his parental rights to their child
  • Supported White Supremacist groups
  • Stated that action needs to be taken against Jews to ensure they didn?t take over America
  • Repeatedly ran for political office in the Virginia senate

But wait, much like QVC, that?s not all this charmless waste of skin has to offer. There?s more. Here?s a quick rundown of the history of one, Nathan Larson, the politically correct paedophile.

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According to Larson?s Wikipedia page,

Nathan D. Larson (born September 19, 1980) is a perennial candidate for public office in the U.S. state of Virginia. He served 14 months in prison for the felony of threatening President George W. Bush?s life. He has advocated greatly curtailing women?s rights and decriminalizing child sexual abuse and incest, and is a white supremacist,

That?s not an introduction you?re going to easily beat and why would you ever want to? Let?s dig a little deeper into Larson?s depravity.

In November 2008, Larson, a qualified accountant and member of the Libertarian Party ran for Congress in the 1st congressional district of Virginia. He received less than 2% of the vote.

In 2009, he pleaded guilty to sending a letter in December 2008 to the United States Secret Service threatening to kill then-President George W. Bush, and was sentenced to 16 months? imprisonment and three years? supervised release. He served 14 months of the sentence. He later described the letter as ?an act of civil disobedience?.

Larson was barred from seeking state office as a convicted felon in Virginia, until, in an insane act, Governor Terry McAuliffe restored voting and candidacy rights to thousands of Virginia felons in 2016.

The following year Larson was back on the political trail. He stood as an independent candidate for the Virginia House of Delegates in the 31st district, again receiving less than 2% of the vote. Larson was expelled from the Virginia branch of the Libertarian Party in early 2017

Undeterred, in 2018, he ran again as a ?quasi-neo-reactionary libertarian? for election to Congress from the 10th congressional district of Virginia. He withdrew from the running in August that year.

Larson?s political views

Larson?s platform for election to the Virginia House included legalizing child pornography and polygyny, eliminating state funding for girls and women?s education, and repealing the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which gives women the vote.

His 2018 online political manifesto, now removed, advocated ?benevolent white supremacy? and held up Adolf Hitler as a white supremacist hero. The manifesto argued for free trade, putting an end to U.S. involvement in foreign wars arising from America?s alliance with Israel, drug legalization, suicide rights, protection of gun ownership rights, legalization of child pornography and incest, and the repeal of the 1994 Violence Against Women Act.

His views on women?

?We need to switch to a system that classifies women as property, initially of their fathers and later of their husbands, Guns don?t kill people ? feminists do.?

Larson also created internet chat rooms for incels and for paedophiles, ( and and wrote posts on the sites endorsing child rape and describing himself as a hebephilic rapist (a man who enjoys sex with young girls between the ages of 10 and 13, preferably before the onset of puberty).

Both sites were removed by the hosting company in late May 2018 after complaints. Larson later told The Huffington Post in response to a question about whether he is actually a paedophile or merely writes about it online,

?It?s a mix of both ? When people go over the top there?s a grain of truth to what they say.?

After the death of his first wife, Larson has now remarried. He lives with his parents in Catlett, Virginia.

If you ever wanted a serious indictment of a political system that allows ex-convicts and self-proclaimed paedophiles to run for political office, then Larson is your man.

Don?t be surprised if, on your next visit to Ripleys, one of the faces in the exhibit belongs to someone that looks vaguely familiar. It may just be Nathan Larson.


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