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The Daily Beast takes on the creepy Republican politician who founded the Red Pill subreddit

Robert Fisher: Red Pill Republican

So here’s an interesting little scoop: According to the Daily Beast, the long-anonymous creator of the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad Red Pill subreddit is, IRL, a Republican politician — specifically, New Hampshire 9th district state representative Robert Fisher, known better in Red Pill circles as Pk_atheist.

“It’s possible that now, four-and-a-half years after Red Pill’s founding, Fisher may regret his creation,” Bonnie Bacarisse drily notes.

When reached for comment by phone, Fisher denied participation in the Red Pill forum, claiming not to know what The Red Pill was. Though he did say he had heard of the men’s rights movement, he said he hadn’t heard of PUA. “What is a pickup artist?” he asked.

This denial aside, the extensively researched Daily Beast story makes a pretty convincing case that Fisher and Pk_atheist are one and the same. And there’s this:

Within hours of contacting Rep. Fisher, and after delivering by email a summary of his apparent connections to The Red Pill kingpin, his two primary Reddit usernames had been wiped, and four blogs connected to him were deleted or made private. He has not returned additional requests for comment.

While Fisher wasn’t an elected official when he (allegedly) founded The Red Pill in 2012, he’s been a Republican state rep since 2014. He also seems to be a cool dude with super-awesome friends.

Online, Fisher describes himself as an “attractive businessman” who owns a “small empire.” According to his Facebook, he is the COO of Same Day Computer, which operates two locations in New Hampshire. He was also the sole member of his indie-electronic band, The Five Nines, which may or may not still be active. … 

Fisher purchased the computer-repair franchise from its founder, failed New Hampshire state senate candidate Joshua Youssef, who, according to the Concord Monitor, violated state election law by publishing a deceptive blog to “make it appear that his ex-wife’s attorney had endorsed his candidacy.”

It turns out that the alleged Red Pill founder has been allegedly saying many, many terrible things about women online over the five years since the founding of The Red Pill — and even before.

I suspect many of his constituents, especially the human females amongst them, will be thrilled to learn of his Red Pill philosophy. Indeed, Bacarisse notes, “Fisher’s past comments on a host of Reddit forums are arguably far more disturbing” than some of the more notorious comments of his less-than-enlightened Republican dude politicians in New Hampshire.

He blasted women for their “sub-par intelligence.” He said that women’s personalities are “lackluster and boring, serving little purpose in day to day life.” And Fisher once commented, “It is literally the [female] body that makes enduring these things worth it.”

But there’s more! (There’s always more.) In assorted posts, he expressed his great appreciation for “slut shaming” and his unhappiness with female autonomy.

“Marriage, and yes, female oppression, slut shaming, religion, these were all a means to control hypergamy … ” Fisher wrote on The Red Pill in November 2012.

“To give women autonomy is to take away the very thing that made marriage a realistic institution…  what I dislike is the general attitude that somehow we owe [women] something for sex … ” Fisher wrote on his blog Dating American, in 2012—just weeks before establishing The Red Pill.

It may not come as a giant shock to learn that Fisher has not been completely thrilled with his dating life.

He complained that girls were ghosting on him and standing him up. He aired grievances about the character of women: They were uninteresting, immature, unintelligent, lacked depth, and were entitled. He bemoaned that dating was easier for women. He felt it was unjust that women get a free ride, believing “a pair of boobs grants [them] equal footing with somebody bringing intelligence or a personality.” 

Like a lot of his Red Pill brethren, Fisher is positively obsessed with alleged false rape accusations, and claimed that one of his ex-girlfriends once threatened to falsely accuse him.

“If you’re unattractive, feminism tells us, you’re likely a rapist,”he wrote in one Red Pill post.”[M]en are tip-toeing to make sure they don’t accidentally become rapists themselves.”

And it only gets creepier from here.

In 2008, writing under the username FredFredrickson, Fisher posited that the notion that “rape is bad” was not an absolute truth. He wrote, “I’m going to say it—Rape isn’t an absolute bad, because the rapist I think probably likes it a lot. I think he’d say it’s quite good, really.”

Though he stated he “doesn’t advocate breaking the law,” Fisher said online in 2012 that a 40-year-old man asking to see the breasts of a 15-year-old wasn’t creepy. Instead, he said it was “evolutionarily advantageous and perfectly natural.”

Fisher’s Red Pill beliefs aren’t just something he’s shared anonymously online:

As a candidate for state representative, Fisher proposed bringing concerns about the supposed plague of false rape accusations into the statehouse. Hosting a forum on Reddit under the username RobertFisherforNH, Fisher sought ideas to prevent “innocent people [from] receiving jail time.” He argued that because in rape cases “police err on the side of caution,” and show a high level of support for victims, the system was “susceptible to abuse” by women.

Given his noxious views, you may be pleased to note that Fisher is not what you’d call an influential politician, even on the state level. Partly because he seems to be a very lazy one.

“At his request, Fisher serves on no committees in the New Hampshire House,” Bacarisse notes. “Out of the 114 record votes so far during the 2017 session, Fisher has cast votes in half.”

Hopefully, after news of all this gets to his constituents, Fisher will go from being an ineffectual politician to being an ineffectual ex-politician.

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Fabe
Fabe
3 years ago

I’m no computer expert but aren’t spell-checkers usually at the user end of the equation rather than the website? I’m typing this on an iPad and it’s checking as I go along. Same on my phone.

Spell check works fine here for me as well. about the only place spell check doesn’t work is in Steam

Danel
Danel
3 years ago

Within hours of contacting Rep. Fisher, and after delivering by email a summary of his apparent connections to The Red Pill kingpin, his two primary Reddit usernames had been wiped, and four blogs connected to him were deleted or made private. He has not returned additional requests for comment.

I adore this. It’s so entirely the electronic equivalent of the police sneaking up to his office a few minutes after first talking to him and finding him maniacally running all his files through the shredder.

Though he stated he “doesn’t advocate breaking the law,” Fisher said online in 2012 that a 40-year-old man asking to see the breasts of a 15-year-old wasn’t creepy. Instead, he said it was “evolutionarily advantageous and perfectly natural.”

It was evolutionarily advantageous for the dodo to be fearless, since there was nothing that could threaten it and time spent fleeing non-existent threats would be wasteful. It doesn’t mean it works out well now.

It’s perfectly natural to poop on the floor.

Ooglyboggles
Ooglyboggles
3 years ago

@PoM
Because according to society criminals aren’t people therefore commence horrific actions.

Victorious Parasol
Victorious Parasol
3 years ago

You’re welcome, Kevin. As we say at my company, there are TDM TLAs.

(That’s “too damned many three-letter acronyms” if you were wondering.)

Kevin
Kevin
3 years ago

@Pie
Website ‘The Word Detective’ indicates ‘grand’ for ‘thousand’ is American and dates from 1915. Not surprising it crossed the Pond as so much US entertainment is popular here. He may be showing up America after all.

Policy of Madness
Policy of Madness
3 years ago

I will confirm that “grand” for “thousand” (currency only) is common American vernacular.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

Not surprising it crossed the Pond

In a similar vein, apparently the use of dollars as currency means somewhere was a British colony. But over here we use pounds of course.

Anyone know how that came about?

(dollar used to be slang here for 10 shillings, but I think that post dates the use of dollars generally)

weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee

Troll,

If the facts are in, you should have no trouble backing up your claims. So do it or shut up

Makroth - wild west firecracker window-smashing soap-averse unionized cowboy Jacobin from Hell
Makroth - wild west firecracker window-smashing soap-averse unionized cowboy Jacobin from Hell
3 years ago

@David Humbugson

Stop preaching and offer some actual fucking proof!

Actual peer-reviewed studies instead of isolated cases.

dlouwe
dlouwe
3 years ago

@David Henderson

Every law in family court , CPS , criminal justice system .. take your pick ..

Every law in the… criminal justice system? Like, all of them? Okay, what about this one, which makes it illegal to duel in Washington DC? How exactly does that “allow women to receive cash and prizes for blowing their families up?”

My point is that for every one of these articles hundreds or thousands go unpunished.

And how do you know this?

Zatar
Zatar
3 years ago

David Henderson

Don’t try to pretend your approaching this from the realm of logic. Your sad little rants have not gone unnoticed. And the points you’ve tried to bring in have been disproven with actual facts. You want us to believe your talking points? Give us proof.

Newt
Newt
3 years ago

@Henderson

Anyone can collect articles online and link them as “facts”.

Anyone except you, apparently. Observed facts are for ladies and cucks; logicbros derive the entire state of the universe in their imaginations.

guest
guest
3 years ago

‘accidentally become rapists’

Yep, like one of those things that just happens, oops sorry, accident.

I read this book decades ago:

http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1988-07-10/entertainment/8801130890_1_janets-older-men-unconditional-love

The interesting part, as this review points out, is that however much men blather about evopsych, hormones, medieval history, objective attractiveness levels, or whatever, it seems the 40 year old men go after 15 year old girls because the girls offer, or can be persuaded or deceived into offering, uncritical respect and adoration.

Paradoxical Intention: Resident Cheeseburger Slut

guest | April 26, 2017 at 12:17 pm
I read this book decades ago:

http://articles.chicagotribune.com/1988-07-10/entertainment/8801130890_1_janets-older-men-unconditional-love

The interesting part, as this review points out, is that however much men blather about evopsych, hormones, medieval history, objective attractiveness levels, or whatever, it seems the 40 year old men go after 15 year old girls because the girls offer, or can be persuaded or deceived into offering, uncritical respect and adoration.

And one way that these men do that is to convince them that they’re “mature”, which is what most teenagers (not just girls!) want to be seen as. (“You’re so mature for your age!”)

Then these girls will see that as “I’m mature enough to make my own decisions!” and decide to go with the person who’s flattering the hell out of them because that person is treating them like an “adult”, when everyone else might be trying to protect them by telling her to get away and that he’s too old for her.

These old gross dudes will also try to put these girls on the defensive by questioning that “maturity”, constantly trying to prove to this guy that they’re “mature” (usually by doing everything he wants them to. “Oh, if you were really mature, you’d like/want to do this.”) and thus are worthy of his admiration and respect.

Those young girls want these older men to think that they’re on a level playing field, when they never have been and never will be, and on some level, those gross old men know it.

The worst part is, that knowledge is what they get off on.

PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
3 years ago

You know what is hilarious? The complete aversion to facts that Sasquatch has, preferring that he takes his “truth” from his stupid observations from anti-women sites and white supremacist sites.

I can do that, too.

David Henderson, you are a complete and utter trollish, hateful misogynist, xenophobic, racist asshole, and I base that on your posts here.

Therefore, despite any claim to the contrary you make, truth.

What do I want, personally?

That you fuck off.

Dave Henderson
Dave Henderson
3 years ago

Every law in the… criminal justice system? Like, all of them? Okay, what about this one, which makes it illegal to duel in Washington DC? How exactly does that “allow women to receive cash and prizes for blowing their families up?”

– This

This is gold. Exhibit A. A perfect example of why it’s impossible to rationalize with people who only want to see things one way.

Thank you for your comment. Thank you.

Dalillama: Irate Social Engineer

@Alan

In a similar vein, apparently the use of dollars as currency means somewhere was a British colony. But over here we use pounds of course.

Anyone know how that came about?

Various ways, but it appears that a major factor was the ‘trade dollars’ the UK minted starting in the late 18th century*, which matched pesos (or ‘Spanish dollars’) in weight, those being very popular coins in the East Asian trade.

*Exceptions include the U.S., Australia, and Canada. The U.S. began using dollars as a currency in colonial days because pesos were easier to come by than pounds. Canada and Australia started out using pounds, and changed later. In Canada, that was in the 1850s and was done to make cross border currency exchanges easier, in Australia it wasn’t ’til decimalization of the pound in 1966, when they decided to change the name from pound to dollar.

(dollar used to be slang here for 10 shillings, but I think that post dates the use of dollars generally)

5 Shillings it would appear, barring linguistic drift. So called because at one time it was common to overstrike a peso into a crown. For extra confusion, the Scottish (or ‘thistle’) dollar was also in circulation, valued at 60 Scottish shillings (I don’t care enough right now to find the conversion to English shillings)

The word ‘dollar’ generally entered English via German thaler, due to a major silver deposit discovered in a Bohemian valley apparently owned by someone named Joachim (the place is called Joachimsthal, Joachim’s valley, and the coins were therefore Joachimsthalers, or just thalers)

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ dalillama

Yey, thank you Dalipedia. 🙂 I probably should have just asked you in the first place. That was fascinating though. The Aussie thing is particularly interesting. Was that a republican sentiment I wonder?

Dave Henderson
Dave Henderson
3 years ago

@ ALL

I’ve not seen any facts. Just links to articles like this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zxNRtObt8no

Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent + Bard of the New Movement
Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent + Bard of the New Movement
3 years ago

Also, re: usage of CPS in determining troll’s nationality

If I haven’t missed the memo that y’all already caught this, CPS also stands for the States’s Child Protective Services. I think.

Dave Henderson
Dave Henderson
3 years ago

Dave Henderson
Dave Henderson
3 years ago

Dalillama: Irate Social Engineer

Was that a republican sentiment I wonder?

The short answer appears to be yes. It’s not clear to me why they wanted to change the name to begin with (Possibly to avoid confusion as the British pound wouldn’t decimalise for some years), but when they did, the PM at the time (Robert Menzies) wanted it called the royal. When the treasury secretary announced this, he and his family received death threats, and the name was rapidly changed to the dollar instead.

dlouwe
dlouwe
3 years ago

@Dave Henderson

I was being deliberately obtuse because I asked you to provide me some specific laws, then you gave me an overly general answer and asked me to do your homework for you.

You want Fisher to remove abusive laws. Which ones? You’re the one claiming they exist. If they are so abundant, it should be trivial for you to find one and reference it here.

PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
3 years ago
Pie
Pie
3 years ago

@Kevin

Website ‘The Word Detective’ indicates ‘grand’ for ‘thousand’ is American and dates from 1915. Not surprising it crossed the Pond as so much US entertainment is popular here. He may be showing up America after all.

Huh, I had no idea. I was aware of its orgins as french then english-english, but assumed it had gained its fiscal meaning before it cross the atlantic. Seems like english slang terms for currency didn’t get exported after all.

Zatar
Zatar
3 years ago

Dave Henderson:

Again no actual proof. Link to a study or a statistic. What your using is called a ” Documentary” and may in fact be heavily biased. Give us data.

Kevin
Kevin
3 years ago

I understand New Zealand adopted the ‘dollar’ name because a competition to rename their newly decimalised currency proved inconclusive. A European ‘dollar’ could also be found in the Slovenian Tolar.

Dalillama: Irate Social Engineer

@Kevin
The original Joachimsthal was in what’s now the Czech Republic, though at the time it was part of the Kingdom of Bohemia, and ruled by German speakers, hence the name. Tolar would come directly from that. There’s also the Dutch daler, but that’s not in use anymore.

dreemr
dreemr
3 years ago

When it comes to this MRA belief that women marry, have children with their spouse, and then promptly file for divorce in order to be awarded a big cash payout along with prizes and custody of the children, I always wonder: just how many divorces do they think are adjudicated by the court system?

Because I’ll tell ya what, most aren’t. I think the figure is around 90% of divorces are either uncontested or else agreed upon with the help of a mediator. Divorces where custody is an issue I think I’ve seen a figure of around 3% that actually wind up in family court. By far the vast majority of custody arrangements are agreed upon by both parents.

I have primary physical custody of my son, but his father has visitation whenever he chooses, The only reason we don’t have shared custody is because his father had a job in another state that required him to be away from home for weeks if not months at a time, and he did not want to uproot our son like that. Now that he lives in the same state, in the next county over, he sees our son as often as he chooses.

I’ve known other couples that are really exemplary when it comes to co-parenting their kids, along with their second spouses, etc., and while we don’t all rise to quite that level of amicability, neither do all of us hate each other so much that we throw out our children’s needs.

Same goes with child support – most of the time it’s just agreed upon between the parents. It’s only when the non-custodial parent is a deadbeat (and that goes for moms as well, I know plenty of custodial parents who are fathers) that anyone goes through the state.

I think MRAs must represent the dregs of divorced men and parents, which is why they believe this incredibly lopsided trope. They’re the ones that are out to punish when a woman has the temerity to divorce them, and when they don’t get the retribution they want and think they deserve, they paint the entire system as corrupt. I doubt our Mr. Henderson has ever been married let alone divorced or had children.

Dave Henderson
Dave Henderson
3 years ago

dLOU

I’m not going to spend 1000 hours scouring lawbooks and family court data for you. It’s already been proven women get custody in 9/10 cases.

Any

For feminists – this is just fine. Wonderful in fact. If 9/10 jobs were for white men – there would be implied in fact discrimination and outrage in the media.

But when women get custody (and child support) 9/10 times. It’s perfectly ignored and ok.

You can watch divorce corp and decide for yourself.

Dave Henderson
Dave Henderson
3 years ago

Zatar

You can look at Dalrock.com for data.

I’m not answering you because it doesn’t matter what data or facts you see – it’s a waste of time. You want to believe whatever you want. So it’s pointless.

If you think women are “opressed” or ruled by a patriarchy in the West – you’re a fool.

We live in a quasi -matriarchy.

Women , minorities and homosexuals are in charge.

Kevin
Kevin
3 years ago

@Dallilama
Thanks for the info. I believe Slovenia reintroduced the Tolar to replace the Yugoslav Dinar, but are now part of the Eurozone.

Collateral Thought
Collateral Thought
3 years ago

@ Dave Henderson:

What are you hoping to accomplish here, honestly?

Your approach to discussion seems limited to yelling provable falsehoods by the dozen, then refusing to acknowledge any information (evidence or logic) that counters any of your points. That’s… not a very convincing approach to discussion in general, and seems likely to lead to a lot of mockery and dismissal, both here and elsewhere.

I’ve seen people in this thread and the previous one offer you sourced links with evidence, which you generally simply ignored, or on occasion dismissed without reading, saying that anyone can provide links to evidence. Yet you, yourself, continually fail to do so. This suggests that you simply don’t have any respect for actual facts, and are more impressed and convinced by strong feelings that support your own strong feelings.

I’ve seen people in this thread and the previous one break down some of your arguments logically, showing that your conclusions aren’t supported by the facts you claimed. You never respond to these at all. This leads me to believe that you don’t have an education in, or interest in, formal logic or the concept of proof or for that matter the scientific method in general. You seem to want to skip from “create a hypothesis” through “???” to “profit”, but that’s not how any of this works.
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Some people, like dlouwe, have patiently asked you to narrow down your vague and wild claims to something that can actually be discussed in detail. You’ve refused to do so, and instead have posted videos from people who might share some of your views, possibly, as if that were somehow proof of something. Rather than getting specific, you become evasive, either moving the goalposts or simply repeating yourself as if nobody else had replied. You make wild claims, then expect someone else to disprove them, when you’re not willing to make any effort to prove them in the first place. That’s called shifting the burden of proof, and is both a very bad rhetorical habit, and good evidence that anyone paying attention shouldn’t take you seriously.

None of this shows that you’re here in good faith, with an open mind. You’ve complained that you don’t GET what the people here want or believe, but that’s clearly because you’re not listening in the slightest. Instead, you project all sorts of nonsense onto feminists, and then the feminists say, “no, that’s not what we believe”, and then you repeat the projected nonsense, seeming befuddled.

It’s obvious that you’re not interested in listening to what feminists believe. You’ve already been told, by MRAs, what they think feminists believe, and now you’re just here to argue about those fabrications. You’re not seeing anyone defend those fabrications though, which upsets you, and so you simply ignore or dismiss everything that doesn’t fit into your epistemic bubble already.

While it’s occasionally entertaining, it’s also disappointing to see how inflexible and obtuse you’re acting here.

You’re literally not going to convince a single person on this site of anything you’re arguing, Dave. That’s because you’re not engaging in any of the good faith efforts needed to do so: listening, responding to arguments with logic and evidence, and being willing to have your own mind changed.

So, given all of that… why are you here? It doesn’t seem that you’re enjoying yourself very much. You aren’t learning anything. You aren’t changing anyone else’s mind. So what’s the point, really?

Kevin
Kevin
3 years ago

@Dave Henderson
Wow, misogyny, racism and homophobia together. I call bigotry bingo !

PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
3 years ago

Dalrock. DALROCK.

His goddamned sources are another fucking mra blog.

Jesus wept.

MrsObedMarsh
MrsObedMarsh
3 years ago

@David Henderson: There must be a rundown of the relevant law somewhere – perhaps compiled by someone in the legal profession to educate members of the general public. Try to find it.

Collateral Thought
Collateral Thought
3 years ago

@ PeeVee:

Dave clearly doesn’t understand what constitutes a credible source. Some guy on the internet said something Dave liked, and that was enough to reassure Dave that he was already right about that issue. It’s just a feedback loop of undereducated angry bigots citing each other as “proof”.

Sigh.

Victorious Parasol
Victorious Parasol
3 years ago

I suspect Dave defines “credible source” as “someone who says things I believe to be true.”

Ooglyboggles
Ooglyboggles
3 years ago

@Hindersun

I’ve not seen any facts.

That’s all you needed to say.

PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
3 years ago

Collateral Thought,

And yet he is going to scold US when he can’t even be arsed to look through our own archives and realize that everything he is talking about has been extensively refuted over the years.

He brings nothing new to the table. I have no patience for people who wag their finger at us for not doing our homework, when they have on clue what this site is even about.

Boring troll is boring.

Fabe
Fabe
3 years ago

We live in a quasi -matriarchy.

Women , minorities and homosexuals are in charge.

Then how did Trump win ? if all those people are in charge to the extent you are implying then shouldn’t he have lost?

Dave Henderson
Dave Henderson
3 years ago

@ Collateral.

Your post is way, way, way too long and full of fluff fluff fluff.

Facts are NOT news links. Especially from MSM. Allot of the links posted as “facts” are from MSM which is owned by special interests and lost all credibility in the recent President election.

I’ve already seen the ruthless destruction of lives and families caused by institutionalized feminism play out in society my entire life.

What feminists call “celebration” and “progress” I call destruction of Western civilization. A slow slide down the shit pipe. A one way ticket back to the 3rd world jungle.

We have a problem, an impasse. As Anakin Skywalker vs Obi Wan Kenobi once said “from my point of view the Jedi are evil”. That’s why I’m here.

I’m trying to determine, like most people, what your angle is (other than hating God, Christianity, and white males) and your hypocrisy on the incompatibility of Islam and women’s rights as you cry out for open borders.

This is a glaring hypocrisy with no concrete response (other then a photo of a women in a hajib and saying she’s a feminist so somehow that invalidates my statements) to these inconsistencies in your position as feminists.

I’m also trying to figure out what you people want (other than hating God, Christianity, and white males) and why you think with your feelings and emotions only – and won’t listen to common sense and reason.

Collateral Thought
Collateral Thought
3 years ago

@ Victorious Parasol:

Exactly so.

This all makes me want to go on a rant about how education in this country is failing. Don’t they teach epistemology anymore?

*stomps off, yells at clouds*

Zatar
Zatar
3 years ago

Dave:

“You can look at Dalrock.com for data.”

Or you could provide evedence yourself. prefferbly not from a Biased source like Dalrock. Why are you so obessed with us doing your work for you?

I’m not answering you because it doesn’t matter what data or facts you see – it’s a waste of time. You want to believe whatever you want. So it’s pointless.”

How would you know? You’ve not provided any data or facts. And in fact when other people provided you with data that disproved your assertions you ignored them. It sounds like your last two sentences apply most to you.

“If you think women are “opressed” or ruled by a patriarchy in the West – you’re a fool.

We live in a quasi -matriarchy.

Women , minorities and homosexuals are in charge.”

Nice to see that your homophobic too. I was worried that there were some bigotries you wouldn’t show.

Look- to give a rather redundant quote from one of my countries Prime Minsters “A proof is a proof is a proof. And when you have a good proof it’s because its proven.” So- hats in your corner. Prove the proof.

Dave Henderson
Dave Henderson
3 years ago

Fabe,

Why did Trump win? Because women, minorities and homosexuals do not make up the majority of the population. That’s why.

Yet they retain top down centralized control in the media, universities, all branches of government, and courts of law.

Collateral Thought
Collateral Thought
3 years ago

@ PeeVee:

Agreed. What’s worse than being boring is being boring, lazy, and self-righteous all at once, as Dave so aptly demonstrates.

Dave Henderson
Dave Henderson
3 years ago

Zatar

Or you could provide evedence yourself. prefferbly not from a Biased source like Dalrock

See. Anything and everything on Dalrock is a biased source. If I get the facts from Dalrock they are automatically biased.

You people close your minds and label everything. Everything is about labels. Labels. Labels. Labels.

Yup. I’ve just been called a bigot and homophobe for saying women minorities and homosexuals are “in charge”

There’s another label. That’s all you people know how to do. Label everything you disagree with.

Paradoxical Intention: Resident Cheeseburger Slut

It’s patently obvious that Davey-boy isn’t here to do anything other than fling his brain-feces at the wall and screech about how he’s “won” something.

If he was here to actually see the other side, he’d have at least provided some proof besides “Lookit, this other MRA says I’m right!!!”