Can Nevada’s David Lory VanDerBeek Make It To the White House Kill List?

David VanDerBeek wants to govern Nevada. Should he?

David VanDerBeek wants to govern Nevada. Should he?

David Lory Van DerBeek is running for governor of Nevada. You might have heard of him if you’re deep into alternative media. He broke a story on FEMA’s planned (and scrapped) “zombie drill” in Idaho this summer, and was cited on InfoWars.com for it. He’s posted dozens of youTube videos, some of which have over a hundred thousand views. He ran for U.S. Senate in 2012, and got 49,000 votes out of about a million cast. He’s a strict constitutionalist and liberty advocate. He’s not a Democrat or Republican, or even a Libertarian; he’s an independent, running on the Independent American Party’s ticket.

I had the chance to speak with him last week on issues of interest to We Are Change, expounding on diverse topics such as amnesty for non-violent drug dealers, restrictive business regulations, anonymous hackers, and his thoughts about Barack Obama’s presidency. First, though, I asked him how he came from nowhere and earned as many votes as he did. He’s said many times in videos and speeches that he spent under $650 to advertise his senate campaign.

Before he answered, he first let me know that he was robbed of votes by a rigged system, saying, “I don’t believe I got that many votes. I believe I was permitted that many votes by the voting machines.” One of his cousins, voting near Reno, reported that his name didn’t appear on the voting machine. However, the cousin’s wife was able to vote, using another machine. David doesn’t know the extent of the problem, but told me that he thinks his votes were capped at 4.9% of the vote because getting over 5% would have allowed him a slot on televised debates among candidates in future elections. This time, he is encouraging what he calls “patriot hackers” to make sure the vote is clean.

He got as many votes as he did by going out and talking to people. He talked to workers, business owners, and community leaders about his dream of letting Nevada become the first free state in the USA.

In discussing current issues, I asked him about high unemployment and what he could do as governor to help people become entrepreneurs. He feels that the very regulations that are meant to protect customers from nefarious business practices instead end up being bought and paid for by large, lucrative companies and end up giving them license to…do nefarious things. Also that in many areas, the cost and difficulty of setting up shop make it daunting and unprofitable for many ambitious people to become self-employed.

He’s big on amnesty for people in trouble with the law over certain matters, notably non-violent drug offenders, hemp producers, liberty-minded hackers and whistleblowers. In his words,

“When we’re talking about pardoning cartel members, I’m talking about people like ‘Freeway’ Ricky Ross. He got out of prison. He was a CIA asset in Los Angeles, and he ran the CIA’s drug trade to the black communities and the poor communities, and the wealthy in Los Angeles. So he’s a perfect example.”

He mentioned wanting a guy like Snowden working on net security for Nevada, and would invite Snowden to live in peace as a free man in Nevada.

On the topic of Barack Obama, VanDerBeek is passionate. He firmly believes the president belongs in prison, and lists several reasons in a YouTube video called “Mr. Obama, Put Me On the White House Kill List Now.” It’s a jaw-dropper with some harsh allegations, including the charge that no genuine American birth certificate has been presented, and that President Obama is living dishonestly as a closeted gay man and a secret Muslim, not a Christian.

I asked him whether expressing such extreme views is likely to win the hearts and minds of the bulk of American voters. He corrected me, saying he doesn’t believe his views are extreme:

“I don’t think there’s anything conspiratorial about King George. It was a monarchy, and it was part of history that a king had control over our nation and we revolted. I don’t think it’s a big leap to say we went from a monarchy, and now we have a financial oligarchy.”

He’ll have a tough job convincing mainstream media followers of that, but perhaps as truth advocacy grows and the “dumbed-down” are wising up, alternative media will play a bigger role in educating voters on political candidates and their platforms. He told me that Alexa.com, which measures traffic on web domains, shows his NevadaGovernor2014.com got more traffic than sitting Nevada governor Brian Sandoval’s did. He regrets widespread ignorance, saying “the problem is that the average American doesn’t research.”

He’s an admirer We Are Change, he’s on board with 9/11 truth, studying the Bilderbergers, and revealing the banking cartels, among other issues. He said, “I’m with We Are Change in exposing those kinds of things,” and expressed admiration for Luke’s assertive advocacy for truth and transparency.

In an email follow-up to our conversation, David re-capped his recent claim that the sitting governor of Nevada, Brian Sandoval, is a criminal who belongs in prison. In David’s words,

“The essence of the crime was to place people in the right positions in government to secure the theft of Nevada’s money. This wasn’t an overnight crime. It was carried out over a series of years. But that is precisely what incremental socialism is. First, the wealth is socialized into the government and then it is privatized by large, multinational corporations. Brian Sandoval has been aware of this crime since its inception and that is doubtless why he was supported as Attorney General and how he became Governor. He has known about this crime for over a decade and it is still ongoing yet he has doing nothing to stop it according to his legal duty. Why would he do nothing? Because he is benefiting from the crime and he is a part of it.”

If you want to be the change, you have to do something! Most Nevadans can catch a few tips on David’s TV show, which airs weekly in southern Nevada,”Occupy Freedom,” with archived episodes online.

Caroline C

We Are Change

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  • dunk

    Thank God for this man & his campaign. There is still hope for American politics as long as blood runs through his veins.

  • Eileen Wood

    LMAO… this guy is too funny. Have you READ his “platform”? All the things he’s going to do as Governor…none of which the governor actually has the authority TO do? Have you read his plan to eliminate taxation in Nevada, with no clue then how to pay for those silly little services like police, fire, and paramedics? He doesn’t have to worry about being on anyone’s imaginary “kill list”. He’s still got lots of entertainment value in him for the normal people.

    • Alex

      I’m sorry, your response is INVALID because it is fucking moronic. The U.S government has a VERY extensive kill-list, which has taken the lives of thousands and will take many more. You should fuckin’ cop abuse for saying that, say that shit to the families of all the people killed by your government, they’ll spit in your stupid fucking face and laugh at your ignorance. DONT talk shit about Dave and DONT deny the fact your government has a kill list, because a lot of your own money goes to that, so learn and shut the fuck up.

      • Eileen Wood

        And the proof of this “kill list” is… where? Proof.. you know, that annoying thing that you conspiracy theorist don’t actually HAVE for any of your claims.

    • Hoosier

      Eileen the policy changes Mr. VanDerBeek proposes are perfectly within the lawful realm of Nevada as a state to do. It’s call the Constitution and the 10th Amendment. Anything that is not specifically mentioned in the Constitution the state of Nevada can do. News Flash: Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, NSA, IRS, property taxes; none are specifically mentioned in the Constitution. Second News Flash: States had those public services WAY before federal income taxes or property taxes were ratified. Duh

    • WhosUrMama

      Eileen, I have seen you trolling multiple forums in which David is featured. You spew the same crap every time. You get called out on it every time. How about you actually use your time to educate yourself, get a job, get a life, go back under the bridge you crawled out from under… I don’t really care what you do, just stop wasting everyone’s time with your crap that no one’s buying.

    • caroline

      Nevada already lacks state personal income tax. He’s proposing that Nevadans pay not federal taxes. Police, fire, etc are paid by local taxes.

    • Guest

      As you have vividly illustrated, you’re obviously not the sharpest tool in the shed.

      People
      who are missing as many cards in their desk as you, simply cannot
      comprehend higher intellect or even the simple things in life such as
      one: common sense. For instance: When was the last time that you
      de-funded a Federal program?

      The answer is
      obvious: You haven’t. Most people like you have never really done
      anything legislatively, yet still parade around repeating half truths
      that sound good to you.

      I’m not ripping on you to
      inflate my own ego, but rather bring you up to speed. Your at a
      crossroad and it’s time to decide whether you want to continue being a
      human parrot who repeats the works of others and cites propaganda, or
      actually take an unbiased scientific approach and try to gain some real
      world experience.

      Your light’s definitely on- and that’s a good thing… It’s a shame, that there’s no one home.

    • pawn3d

      As you have already proven, you’re obviously not the sharpest tool in the shed.

      People
      who are missing as many cards in their desk as you, simply cannot
      comprehend higher intellect or even the simple things in life such as
      one: common sense. For instance: When was the last time that you
      de-funded a Federal program?

      The answer is obvious: You haven’t.
      Most people like you have never really done anything legislatively, yet
      still parade around repeating half truths that sound good to you.

      I’m
      not ripping on you to inflate my own ego, but rather bring you up to
      speed. Your at a crossroad and it’s time to decide whether you want to
      continue being a human parrot who repeats the works of others and cites
      propaganda, or actually take an unbiased scientific approach and try to
      gain some real world experience.

      Your light’s definitely on- and that’s a good thing… It’s a shame, that there’s no one home.

  • Brandon

    If I lived in Nevada I’d be the first to vote for David for Governor 2014. There’s no other better!!

  • Alex

    Interesting article but what was the point of the title?!

  • Linda Morales

    It’s definitely, time for a change- an INDEPENDENT change. I follow alternative media because I want to know the truth. I became an INDEPENDENT a while ago, because of all the garbage the Democrats and Republicans are throwing at each other. If more people voted INDEPENDENT, then yes, of course it can be done- we can have an INDEPENDENT as Governor. BTW, I vote independent every election and have done so every time Harry Reid is up for election- but they still vote him in-unfortunately! I vote for David Lory Van Der Beek for Nevada Governor 2014.

  • AJ Maimbourg

    I am David VanDerBeek’s campaign manager and I am here to tell you Nevada NEEDS David to “Restore the American Dream”. I tell everyone that David is Ron Paul with “balls” — he is NOT afraid to stand up to anyone when it comes to his convictions. I witness it time and time again! Please check out his website, http://www.nevadagovernor2014.com and his Occupy Freedom TV show at http://www.occupyfreedom.us. SPREAD THE WORD AND VOTE FREEDOM!!! VOTE FOR DAVID VAN DER BEEK FOR GOVERNOR OF NEVADA 2014.

  • wheatenlover2

    I have been a “fan” of David Lory VanDerBeek since his appearance on facebook over a year ago. This man is the real deal. He speaks the truth for those of you who are willing to put in the effort to seek it. Our mainstream media works full time and overtime to see that you do not learn what is really going on in our country and the world. David exposes and spreads the word in hopes that we all wake up before it is too late. If you live in Nevada you have the best opportunity to elect someone who is honest and willing to help restore our Republic. If I lived there he would certainly have my vote.

    • AJ Maimbourg

      I couldn’t have said it better myself, Wheatenlover2! you will just have to move here to Nevada :)

  • Jeremiah Donnelly

    David is defiantly a true patriot and with the peoples support will likely become a true hero known for restoring the constitution, one step at a time I know he will make serious headway bringing freedom and prosperity to that state!!
    This is the most important aspect that is not talked about in the mainstream!
    If we “the people” don’t start supporting people like David that actually believe in the constitution the outcome will be unfavorable for most of us!

    I have more respect for this man then any acting member of the current administration!

    I sure hope he gets his chance in office, I say first take Nevada…..then take the White House as we need a president who hold the constitution close to his heart and actually repeals all this unconstitutional crap we call laws, bills, regulations etc. Without the constitution we will all loose our freedoms, like a slow cooked frog they will little by little continue to hack at our rights, freedoms and liberties!

    Please before it’s too late support this guy, and spread the word!

  • Nevadan

    As a Nevadan, I think many Nevadans appreciate what Vanderbeek says he stands for, but I also think many of us in the liberty movement take issue with the truth that talk is cheap. Doing the TV show he does every week is great, but why chose to spend your time putting your face on a TV screen (which is the one thing we need to encourage people to pull their noses away from) when you could be actually getting involved in effecting real change? There are lots of people who have taken up the task of educating via broadcast, we need more people willing to get dirty and get in on the ground game. With the kind of attention Vanderbeek could garnish with his campaign, why wouldn’t he show up to the school board meetings on occasion to help stop the implementation of common core? Why not show up to the city council when they tried to pass a moratorium on Medical Marijuana? Why not support those who took time out of their day to tell the county commission to sign the Anti-NDAA resolution recently passed with PANDA? We’d like to see that more of these independent candidates have the courage of their convictions and are willing to ACT, and do what it takes to actually make a difference. Because talking is easy. That’s just what I see, and it disappoints me so few of theses candidates are willing to get in with the people and on even issues they say are so important to them. We’re all busy, but those of us who can make the time to participate at least once in a while on the big issues. If he can find the time to participate with the idiot box perpetuation, I would like to hope that actually helping some of the things he talking about come to fruition would be important enough for him to find time to defend. It’s very dissappointing.

    • dunk

      Give him a break. He’s running for governor of your state, not the local bake sale. People are tuning in to alternative media & David is there with his message. If you want results, he practically saved hundreds of lives this summer when he thwarted a potential false flag against the boy scouts with his information. Once elected he will have the opportunity to actually have an impact upon the issues you’ve listed, plus a lot more. This governorship is just a springboard for 2016, when the buffalo blows away the elephant & the ass!!!

    • Caroline

      Be the change, bro. David has five children and a fulltime job.

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