A candidate hoping to nab a seat in Congress during midterm elections is a Virginia native who previously admitted to running a pedophilia website.
'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'.
Asked whether there was a "grain of truth" in his essay about father-daughter incest and another about raping his ex-wife repeatedly, he said yes, offering that plenty of women have rape fantasies. The congressional candidate also believes in "benevolent white supremacy", as well as legalizing incestuous marriage and child pornography.
Larson also sympathized with men who identify themselves as involuntary celibates, or incels - saying that it was unfair that they are 'forced to pay taxes for schools, welfare and other support for other men's children'.
In an essay on the subject of feminism, Larson expounded on his beliefs, writing that "feminism is the problem, and rape is the solution".
Larson told The Post he was upset about his websites being taken down because it was an infringement on his freedom of speech. However, the report stated that Larson noted numerous times his desire to have sexual relationships with children, including his own daughter.
The Virginia Board of Elections says Larson is not officially a candidate, because candidates running as independents can not be listed until June 12 which is Primary Day.
In its story, the news organization said Larson was open about his pedophilia, but claimed he has never committed any crimes.
Writer and comedian Akilah Hughes tweeted: "Why is Nathan Larson not trending/rotting in a jail cell?"
Operating his sites under the pseudonyms Leucosticte and Lysander, Larson endorsed child rape and other forms of sexual abuse. The district is represented by Republican Barbara Comstock, who is seen as a vulnerable candidate.
Reports in the U.S. media claim his manifesto Larson hailed Adolf Hitler as a 'white supremacist hero'. He also pushed for legalizing father-daughter marriages, killing women and raping virgins. He was convicted and spent 14 months in federal prison.
He described Hitler as a "white supremacist hero" and in a section supporting gun rights stated, "Guns don't kill people - feminists do".
He proposes switching to a system that classifies "women as property, initially of their fathers and later of their husbands". When asked by HuffPo if he's actually a pedophile, he said it's a "mix of both".
"As you might imagine", Finkelhor told Broadly, "it's relatively hard to get people to admit to that kind of interest". Because of his criminal conviction, he was precluded from running for office until 2016, when former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe issued an executive order restoring the voting rights of convicted felons who had successfully completed their sentence.