Meet Nathan Daniel Larson, a self-proclaimed Libertarian who plans to run for the 31st District seat on Virginia House of Delegates.
The Virginian Pilot reports he’s got the 125 signatures required to get his name on the ballot. There’s just one problem: The Libertarian Party of Virginia’s chair, Bo Brown, says they plan to expel him at their next meeting on March 26.
As it turns out, Nathan Daniel Larson has some pretty bizarre ideas when it comes to women’s rights.
Larson has called for the suppression of women’s rights, including the right to vote, and has argued that men should be the ones holding leadership positions.
Okay, folks in some communities may not find that beyond the pale, but there’s more:
He also says fathers should be able to marry their daughters because he believes fathers have a greater interest in taking care of their offspring, as opposed to men who marry into the family.
The Fauquier Times adds Nathan Daniel Larson also seeks to “defend and strengthen” families by abolishing Child Protective Services (CPS) and restraining orders. In addition, he doesn’t want young women going to college in their “peak beauty and fertility years.”
“[Their] potential, in many respects, is wasted when they devote their years of peak beauty and fertility [by] attending college … instead of marrying a good provider and bearing children.”
Meanwhile, this angry not-so-young man is fighting for custody of his two-year-old daughter with his former in-laws. Unsurprisingly, he is estranged from his first wife. Since The Fauquier Times mentions Nathan Daniel Larson’s “first wife,” there must be a “second wife.” We hope she, too, can find a way to escape.
Nathan Daniel Larson also threatened to assassinate President Barack Obama…Or was that President George W. Bush?
And yes, in case you were wondering…This is also the same guy who served time for sending death threats against the president of the U.S. in Dec. 2008. Back then, he was living in Boulder, Colorado, and the Denver Post reported:
Nathan Daniel Larson, 29, sent an e-mail to the Secret Service last December stating, “I am writing to inform you that in the near future, I will kill the President of the United States of America.”
While George W. Bush was in the White House at the time and Larson didn’t mention any names, many news outlets assume the threat was directed towards then-President-Elect Barack Obama. When the Secret Service questioned the would-be assassin, he said he meant every word of what he said. But he later expressed remorse and said he did it to get attention for his bizarre political views. The judge sentenced him to 16 months in federal prison followed by three years of supervised release.
After his release, Nathan Daniel Larson returned home to Catlett, Va. where he’s been working as an accountant. But wait, you may ask. Isn’t threatening a U.S. president a felony? And aren’t convicted felons barred from even registering to vote in the state of Virginia, let alone running for office? That’s true, but back in August, 2016, Gov. Terry McAuliffe issued an executive order to restore voting rights to over 200,000 felons who were done serving their time.
The Democratic governor mainly did this to help the many blacks in his states who’d been disenfranchised by our racist criminal justice system. But, apparently, Nathan Daniel Larson lucked out.
Here’s the video with the report from WUSA-9.
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