Sabisky quits after journalists unearth WORSE comments than his views on race, women and eugenics

Andrew Sabisky: Gone, but let’s not forget him. His kind of extremism is appallingly toxic.

If you thought the opinions of Dominic Cummings’s advisor Andrew Sabisky were horrifying when This Site published them yesterday, brace yourself.

He has resigned because of comments he made that were even worse:

Scottish newspaper The National dished the dirt:

“In one post, from seven years ago, a man explains that his Mormon wife is reluctant to have sex with him and asks for advice.

“Under the username thedovelamenting, Sabisky responds by urging him to try to “rewire” her brain “to the point where she no longer, consciously or subconsciously sees a conflict between a good Christian woman and serving you up 39 flavours of slut on command”.”

I’ll save you from the particularly vile last part of his comment.

“In another post, he recommends a 26-year-old man looking to lose his virginity pays “lots of money for a really good hooker”.

“When a woman posts about finding “disturbing porn” on her boyfriend’s computer, including erotic fiction about incest, paedophilia and rape, thedovelamenting tells her he doesn’t “see all that much to worry about here.

““Fantasies are strange things. Unpredictable, of uncertain origin, hard to figure how they’ll relate to real life. I have a thing for incest erotica myself despite never having had those fantasies relating to my actual family. So long as he’s not actually breaking any laws and is restricting his viewing habits to girls 18 and up I wouldn’t be too squicked.”

“He then suggests the woman is at fault for not offering her partner the right “kind of sex”, though he admits he “could be way off there.””

According to the article, the offending Reddit posts disappeared right after The National approached Sabisky for comment. Hmm!

Still, it’s a good result, even if it’s just a small part of a much larger picture.

Francis Elliott narrows it down:

Sabisky himself has said he is a victim of “selective quoting” by the media, and claimed to be “in the middle of a giant character assassination”.

But the resignation isn’t even the most interesting part of this story.

The fact that people found it easy to confuse Sabisky with nominal prime minister Boris Johnson – even in jest – is.

The reason it was easy to do is the fact that Downing Street was criticised for refusing to say whether or not Johnson agreed with Sabisky’s views.

This reluctance prompted fury from some Conservatives, according to Sky News:

“Former minister Caroline Nokes said there “must be no place in government for the views he’s expressed”.

“Select committee chair William Wagg declared “there is no way to defend it” and added: “I cannot be the only one uncomfortable with recent Number 10 trends.”

“One Tory staffer told Sky News after the resignation was confirmed: “I’m glad it’s happened but he should never have been hired in the first place. Two days of bad headlines for nothing.””

And it made this comment possible:

And what about this?

But then, we know Johnson is a sexist and a racist – from his behaviour over many years. Right?

Source: Number 10 adviser Andrew Sabisky quits after controversial comments revealed | Politics News | Sky News

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  1. trev February 18, 2020 at 7:31 am - Reply

    It’s quite extraordinary that people like Cummings and this Sabisky oddball have managed to worm their way into number 10. Reminiscent of Rasputin in the Russian court. Or Cagliostro in the French court. At least FDR had Nicholas Roerich and Manly P. Hall, even IF they were conducting seances to contact an Ascended Master. Mind you Reagan had that Astrologer woman advising on international policy. Whatever happened to the notion of Democratically elected leaders?

    • Mike Sivier February 18, 2020 at 3:01 pm - Reply

      Good question. I’m reminded of Bill Hicks’s impression of one of these US policy advisors, finger on the nuclear button and eyes uplifted so just the whites are showing, saying: “Just tell me when, Lord! Just tell me when!”

  2. The Toffee (597) February 18, 2020 at 6:10 pm - Reply

    I have my doubts as to whether sabisky’s ever even had his end away, nevermind ‘advise’ other people about sex.

    I mean, who’d wanna f**k that?

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