America’s Creepiest Congressional Candidate: He’s an ‘Incel,’ and that’s just for starters!
Meet Nathan Larson. He’s
a 37-year-old accountant from Charlottesville, Virginia, is running for Congress as an independent candidate in his native state. He is also a pedophile, as he admitted to HuffPost on Thursday, who has bragged in website posts about raping his late ex-wife.
In a phone call, Larson confirmed that he created the now-defunct websites suiped.org and incelocalypse.today ― chat rooms that served as gathering places for pedophiles and violence-minded misogynists like himself. HuffPost contacted Larson after confirming that his campaign website shared an IP address with these forums, among others. His sites were terminated by their domain host on Tuesday.
“A lot of people are tired of political correctness and being constrained by it,” he said. “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.”
Even if what is on their mind is having sex with kids! The admission was clearly not a way of getting out in front of bad press, because he is pretty open about his, er, non-mainstream views.
According to Larson’s campaign manifesto, his platform as a “quasi-neoreactionary libertarian” candidate includes protecting gun ownership rights, establishing free trade and protecting “benevolent white supremacy,” as well as legalizing incestuous marriage and child pornography.
In the 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.” He also showed sympathy for men who identify as involuntary celibates, or incels, suggesting it is unfair that they “are forced to pay taxes for schools, welfare, and other support for other men’s children.”
Larson used the moniker “Leucosticte” on incelocalypse.today ― a forum for incels who are pedophiles that was removed this week after the website Babe contacted the domain host. There, he identified as a “hebephilic rapist,” noting that he’s not a typical incel because he’d had sex by raping his ex-wife.
That little issue kinda ruined the messy custody case a few years ago:
Nathan Larson, who acknowledges being physically attracted to children, raised eyebrows in El Paso County when he began his quest to seek custody of his infant daughter. …The jury, presented with a barrage of evidence of Larson’s pedophilic desires as well as his own admission, unsurprisingly decided he shouldn’t be left in charge of the girl.
Larson, however, was free to continue seeking custody so long as he followed the orders of a judge. According to Larson, who sent the Independent several emails following up on the matter, the judge ordered that he could not be trusted with his daughter unless “a risk assessment said it would be okay.”
Larson says he doubts he could get over that hurdle and no longer wishes to try. El Paso County Attorney Robert Kern confirms that Larson has filed paperwork to terminate his parental rights.
That sounds like one of the few moments of lucidity that America’s creepiest congressional candidate has ever had.
And there’s this:
[Larson] served more than a year in federal prison after threatening in a detailed email to kill former President Barack Obama in 2008, according to federal court records. …
A federal judge ordered Larson to undergo psychiatric treatment as part of his supervised released after his prison term.
But in an August 2010 letter to the judge, Larson announced that he would violate the terms of his release.
“If you happen to hear the distinctive sound of gunfire of a Solothurn S-18/100 20 mm Anti-Tank Cannon emanating from my backyard, as cardboard cutouts of statist federal politicians, federal judges, federal prosecutors, and federal agents become riddled with large, ragged bullet holes, please know, that there is nothing amiss; it is just me engaging in target practice.”
He also called his mental health treatment “a complete waste of taxpayer money.”
“I do not have any mental illness, so there is nothing for a counselor to treat,” he wrote.
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you America’s next “stable genius!” ‘Nuff said.