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"Embattled Colorado state House candidate Nathaniel Marshall was reportedly recruited to run for office by state Senate candidate Tim Neville, a prominent Colorado Republican politician with close ties to far-right kingmaker Dudley Brown…
…Rick Enstrom, a prominent candy business executive and onetime Republican House candidate, tweeted Wednesday that Marshall told him that he was recruited to run by Neville. Today Enstrom confirmed that assertion in a phone interview.
“I’m not running for anything, and Tim Neville is a friend of mine but, hey, the facts are the facts,” he told the Colorado Independent.
- See more at: http://coloradopols.com/#sthash.ijmTkIIP.dpuf"
UPDATE: Due to not being "media savvy" Nate has dropped his candidacy for state congress. What a fucking buffoon.
UPDATE: Nate's campaign filing affidavit can be viewed right here in .PDF form. Nate, in his infinite wisdom, put his address and phone number on the form. You can reach Nate, a fucking moron, at 303-500-2863 or send him a package full of gorilla shit at:
10555 W JEWELL AVENUE 5-203
LAKEWOOD CO 80232
or, his business address
1185 S HURON STREET
DENVER CO 80223
Nate Marshall, the noted failed Hitler clone we exposed last summer after organizing a sparsely-attended meeting of white supremacists in the mountains; is now being urged by the Jefferson County Republican Party to drop his candidacy for State Congressman in Lakewood, CO. The Denver Post reports:
Embattled Jeffco Republican House candidate: "I wasn't hating"
A Republican House candidate who has been asked to resign because of ties to white supremacists and his arrest record said sometimes he gets so frustrated he gets carried away. "I wasn't hating on anybody," Nate Marshall of Lakewood said Thursday. The 42-year-old construction manager said he had planned to disclose his arrest record on his campaign website. "I talked to a fundraiser Wednesday who said because I was going to disclose it, it would have been mitigated," Marshall said.
But he said before he could do so The Denver Post on Wednesday reported on his arrest by Steamboat Springs police investigating a Craigslist rental scam, and referred to the white supremacist blog.
He asked if the Post could remove its articles, noting he made restitution in the rental situation and the case was dismissed. Marshall also said he's not a white supremacist, but he is a "big fan" of a Greek group called Golden Dawn that preaches fiscal austerity. Critics have called it a neo-Nazi or fascist group, but Marshall said while it is a "little bit militant" some members have won political races. Since then, Marshall's tweets have also been examined. Some involve derogatory comments toward Muslims and gays, including use of the word "faggots."
"Russia has the right idea when it comes to anti gay policies," he wrote in one tweet.
Marshall said he wrote some tweets in frustration, and he referred to a court case where a Colorado judge determined that a Lakewood bakery unlawfully discriminated against a gay couple by refusing to sell them a wedding cake. "That really upset me, to sue that business, everything they've worked for. I don't like that," he said. Marshall was the lone Republican to run during the Jefferson County GOP assembly on Saturday for the House seat now held by Rep. Max Tyler, D-Lakewood. Marshall received the nomination from delegates in his district, but officials now have a different view of the candidate. "
Nate Marshall does not reflect the values of the Republican Party. We strongly oppose his continued candidacy and demand he end his campaign," Bill Tucker, chairman of the Jeffco GOP, said Thursday in a news release.
"The values of the Republican Party — family, community, care and tolerance — are not compatible with Marshall's views, and we condemn the hateful words and actions associated with him." Marshall said he hasn't had time to think over Tucker's demand.
The first calls for Marshall to step down were made on Facebook after The Denver Post on Wednesday pointed out Marshall's arrest after police investigated the Craigslist rental scam. His arrest record also includes arrests on suspicion of driving under the influence, driving under suspension and assault. Those cases are closed, according to a court database. The Post also provided a link about Marshall and a white supremacist group. In another post, Marshall wrote, "The Aryan Revolution begins in just over 40 hours. It is time to rise up and defend our race, heritage, and existence!"
Not to toot our own horns, but over the last few days, Rocky Mountain Antifa's story from last summer has been cited numerous times to highlight Marshall's ties to white supremacist organizing.We'd also like to remind the general public that the Jefferson County Republican Party nominated a man to run for the State House that was on tape chatting with paramilitary anti-Muslim and neo-Nazi members looking to do arms training and act "proactively" against political enemies.