In an effort to help Democrats win elections in Virginia, a state whose voters are evenly divided, close friend and confidant of the Clinton crime family, former VA Governor Terry McAuliffe gave 200K felons the right to vote.

The Daily Caller – “I am writing to inform you that in the near future, I will kill the President of the United States of America,” Larson wrote in a Sept. 2008 email to the Secret Service. He then “laid out the reasons why he intended to kill the president and how he intended to carry out the assassination,” the Denver Post reported at the time of his conviction. The threat came at the end of former President George W. Bush’s second term.

An archived copy of Nathan Larson’s campaign manifesto shows he also blames Israel for terror attacks by radical Muslims:

Our country’s alliance with Israel is more of a liability than an asset. Arabs don’t like that the United States takes Israel’s side against the Palestinians who occupied the land before the state of Israel was created, and they seek revenge against us for that. Osama bin Laden’s 1996 Declaration of Jihad argues that “the people of Islam had suffered from aggression, iniquity and injustice imposed on them by the Jewish-Christian alliance and their collaborators to the extent that the Muslims’ blood became the cheapest and their wealth and assets looted by the hands of the enemies. Their blood was spilled in Palestine and Iraq.”
Nathan is also a self-declared “racist. In his manifesto, he explains his conviction for threatening to kill a US President:
It has been alleged by many press outlets that I threatened to kill Barack Obama, the implication being that because of my racism, I opposed the elevation of Obama to the presidency. Like every other human being, I am indeed racist, but I did not specifically threaten Obama, nor was my threat motivated by racism. My forensic evaluation notes, “Mr. Larson allegedly sent an email to the Secret Service on December 11, 2008 in which he claimed he would kill the President of the United States in the near future. The e-mail sated his primary motivation was that the President ‘is the leader of the largest and most dangerous criminal organization in the world namely the United States government.’ The e-mail contained a polemic against the legitimacy of the government and advocated Libertarian principles. Several books advocating these principals were recommended in the e-mail.” The government is interested in prosecuting hate crimes, so if there had been any indication of a racist motive or of my having a history of racism, they would have mentioned it in the evaluation or in my presentence investigation report.

Anyone convicted of a felony in Virginia automatically loses the rights to vote and run for office. But McAuliffe restored those rights to tens of thousands of convicted felons in August 2016. And that included Larson, HuffPost first noted on Thursday.

Larson admitted to running a rape-obsessed pedophilia fantasy website, according to HuffPost. Larson claimed online that he had raped his ex-wife and “repeatedly expressed a desire to have sex with infants and children, including his own daughter,” HuffPost reported.

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McAuliffe originally issued a blanket clemency order affecting 200,000 felons in April 2016. The state Supreme Court struck down McAuliffe’s order in July 2016, ruling that the governor’s blanket amnesty order exceeded his legal authority.

 


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