Downing Street adviser called for 'universal contraception' to stop 'permanent underclass'
Andrew Sabisky, one of the hires made after top Number 10 aide Dominic Cummings' call to employ "mistfits and weirdos", once called for contraception programmes to be expanded to stop the creation of a "permanent underclass". He has also advocated for children to be given mind-altering drugs - even if it results in "a dead kid once a year."
The 27-year-old researcher, who reportedly describes himself as a "super forecaster", has been brought in to work as a contractor on Downing Street projects.
Sabisky also posted to a website run by Downing Street Senior Advisor Dominic Cummings, saying existing vaccination laws could pave the way for mandatory birth control.
"One way to get around problems of unplanned pregnances creating a permanent underclass would be to legally enforce universal uptake of long-term contraception at the onset of puberty," he wrote.
"Vaccination laws give it a predecent, I would argue."
In a second post to the website, Sabisky dismissed the Home Affairs Select Committee's description of female genital mutilation as a scandal.
"It is still unclear to what extent FGM represents a serious risk to young girls, raised in the UK, of certain minority group origins," he wrote.
"Much of the hue and cry looks more like a moral panic."
Is it alleged that the researcher has also described female Labour MPs Yvette Cooper, Angela Rayner and Rebecca Long-Bailey as "dim", while writing in another that: "I am always straight up in saying that women's sport is more comparable to the Paralympics than it is to men's."
A source has said: "Nobody knows if he has clearance but he has been bossing the Prime Minister around already."