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When it comes to elections of any size, it is an undeniable reality that the liberal left likes to stack the deck in their favor…regardless of what unintended consequences my arise.

We needn’t look any further than the 2016 Presidential election for ample evidence of just such tomfoolery, particularly due to the contest’s inclusion of corruption queen Hillary Clinton and the fine folks over at Wikileaks.

Thanks to an intrepid insider at the DNC, (cough, SETH RICH, cough), Wikileaks was able to procure and publish a number of incendiary emails gleaned directly from within the Hillary Clinton campaign that provided incredible evidence of primary rigging, collision within the DNC itself, Clinton’s shadow takeover of the organization, and her use of the media to prop up Donald Trump as her opponent on the erroneous assumption that he would make for an easily vanquished foe.

One of these vile tactics came to us from the Commonwealth of Virginia, where Hillary confidante and democratic governor Terry McAuliffe decided to restore a number of rights for convicted felons in the state – including the right to vote.  Of course, given the makeup of the prison system and the ridiculous social justice promises of the liberal left, a great many of those who have been previously incarcerated vote democrat no matter what, and McAuliffe certainly knew that this would assist his friend Hillary when November rolled around.

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What McAuliffe didn’t predict however, was that his move would pave the way for a convicted pedophile to run for office in his state.

An admitted pedophile and convicted felon who spent more than a year in prison for threatening to kill President George W. Bush is legally able to run for Congress in Virginia this year because of a 2016 decision by then-Gov. Terry McAuliffe to restore voting rights to thousands of felons.

Nathan Larson, 37, of Catlett is running as an independent candidate in Virginia’s 10th Congressional District. He has expressed pro-pedophilia and incest views, and, in an interview with HuffPo this week, called it “normal” for men to be attracted to underage women.

Larson has unsuccessfully sought public office before. But he had been barred from running in future elections after pleading guilty to sending the Secret Service a 2008 letter threatening to kill Bush, who was president at the time.

Though a convicted felon, Larson is able to run once more because McAuliffe, the former Democratic governor of Virginia, restored voting rights to 13,000 felons in 2016. McAuliffe left the governorship this year after being term-limited.

We were definitely concerned about the future of the democratic party back when we started seeing a number of zombie voters in the 2016 primaries, but McAuliffe’s shortsighted attempt at bolstering Hillary Clinton could mean that we have an admitted pedophile in office.

Nice work, democrats.


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