Boris Johnson’s “weirdo” adviser who quit in disgrace used to dish out creepy sex tips online, according to reports.
The National reports that Andrew Sabisky – who resigned last night – made a series of creepy posts on a popular sex forum on Reddit.
It is reported in a series of now deleted posts, the Downing Street advisor would talk about sex, dominance and how having a fulfilling sex life as a Christian.
One screenshot published by Scottish newspaper shows the account – thedovelamenting – urging a user to “build a harem”.
Further posts feature the account urging one user his wifes should submit to their husbands “as unto the lord” and telling another to get a “really good hooker”.
Sabisky’s appointment came as part of a recruitment drive for “misfits” and “weirdos” to working in Downing Street by Johnson’s top aide Dominic Cummings.
It immediately caused controversy as his previous comments on topics such as race, women’s sport and the poor emerged last week.
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Further alleged posts about sex by the “superforecaster” include claims it was a woman’s Christian “duty” to have sex with her husband.
In one post he reportedly urged a man to to “rewire” his wife’s 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 sl*t on command”.
And in a screenshot linked to the account in a post from seven years ago he allegedly says it is a man’s place to “command” his wife for sex.
“The secret trick to the Biblical model of wifely submission (sexual or otherwise) is that many women actually find submitting extremely erotic and arousing,” he allegedly said.
He also condemned one woman as being “selfish” – saying “if you want a blow job you should get one because she is your wife and lover”.
Reddit posts were reportedly deleted as soon as The National approached Sabisky for comment.
The account page for thedovelamenting is now blank, but still has 4,576 points of “karma” – points you get for posts – and has its sign up date visible as August, 21, 2012.
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Sabisky once suggested enforcing the uptake of contraception to stop unplanned pregnancies "creating a permanent underclass”.
Last night, he announced he was standing down because he did not want to be a distraction to the Government.
He left his post after coming under attack from Tory and Labour MPs over highly contentious comments.
He tweeted: "The media hysteria about my old stuff online is mad but I wanted to help HMG not be a distraction.
"Accordingly I've decided to resign as a contractor.
"I hope no.10 hires more ppl w/ good geopolitical forecasting track records & that media learn to stop selective quoting."
In another tweet, he decried the controversy as a “giant character assassination” and said “if I can’t do the work properly there is not point”.
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Mr Sabisky also reportedly once suggested that the benefits of a purported cognitive enhancer, which can prove fatal, are "probably worth a dead kid once a year".
He also reportedly suggested that black Americans have a lower average IQ than white Americans.
And in a Twitter post, he said: "I am always straight up in saying that women's sport is more comparable to the Paralympics than it is to men's."
Johnson faced pressure to sack Sabisky over the comments, but one government minister said today that he “jumped before he was pushed”.
Business Minister Kwasi Kwarteng described the past remarks as "offensive" and "racist".
He told Sky News: "I don't know how this man appeared on the horizon, I don't know how he was recruited.
"What I do know is that his remarks were offensive and racist and, as soon as they came to light, he left the Government pretty quickly."
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Mr Kwarteng said he suspected Mr Sabisky "jumped before he was pushed", and that he thought the Government would be "looking at vetting processes more closely" in light of the drama.
Conservative Caroline Nokes, chairwoman of the Commons Women and Equalities Committee, said she was "relieved" he had resigned, but criticised the "silence" from Downing Street.
She told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "I'm relieved that Mr Sabisky has resigned.
"I was disappointed that yesterday there was silence from Downing Street regarding his previous comments and it does seem that when the call went out for misfits and weirdos, that was exactly what Downing Street got."
She added: "I think he needed to come out earlier and explain himself, he needed to apologise for those comments and unfortunately we had 48 hours of almost complete silence and no comment from Downing Street, who could have distanced themselves from his youthful comments at any point, but they chose not to do so."
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Leaving his house on Tuesday morning, Mr Cummings suggested people should read about "superforecasters".
He told reporters: "Read Philip Tetlock's Superforecasters instead of political pundits who don't know what they're talking about."
Superforecasting is a book by Philip Tetlock on the science of prediction.
Downing Street had earlier refused to condemn the remarks, a stance Labour said was "disgusting", while Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the Government must "demonstrate some basic but fundamental values".
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Speaking after Mr Sabisky's resignation, Labour Party chairman Ian Lavery said: "It's right that Andrew Sabisky is no longer working in government. He should never have been appointed in the first place.
"After Number 10 publicly stood by him today, Boris Johnson has serious questions to answer about how this appointment was made and whether he agrees with his vile views."
Daily Star Online has contacted Mr Sabisky for comment.
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