Should No. 10 adviser, Andrew Sabisky, be sacked for voicing politically incorrect truths?
The Tories probably will optics-cuck and sack him. I don’t agree with all his views but why shouldn’t the intelligence of groups we’re letting into the country be discussed?
It’s not a good idea for obvious reasons to import people whose average IQ is below 90 (a fact that’s well established in psychological/neuroscience research) and are more criminally inclined as well as being culturally incompatible.
- Anonymous2 months agoFavourite answer
No he should not, but of course he had to go.
Such truths offend those eager to get offended.
As does ‘Labour is also demanding he be sacked due to past remarks about a "permanent underclass" being created by "unplanned pregnancies".
What is untrue about that?
And who created the baby mama phenomenon ?
- Anonymous2 months ago
I hope Boris Johnson will stand up for free speech and continue to employ someone who champions truth.
- 2 months ago
No, but they will. He's completely right though.