Meet the Republican Lawmaker Who Created Festering Pro-Rape Forum

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The Daily Beast found that the elusive creator of a pro-rape, women-hating online discussion group is a GOP lawmaker from New Hampshire, Rep. Robert Fisher. The politician secretly created the Red Pill forum four years ago and has been an active member ever since, posting under the name Pk_atheist.

Fisher Denies Allegations

When the Daily Beast sent Fisher a request for comment, the Republican denied any involvement. He said that he didn’t even know what the subreddit was. But the news outlet’s thoroughly-research investigative report shows that the Red Pill kingpin and the New Hampshire lawmaker are one and the same person.

The website reported that within hours after reaching Fisher by phone and emailing the proof he is the creator of the women-hating online group, his two primary Reddit accounts were deleted, while four of his blogs were wiped out or made private.

In 2012, when he created the group, Fisher was not an elected official, but he remained active even after his election in 2014. His online profiles show he is an “attractive businessman” and the chief operation officer of Same Day Computer, a computer repair company in New Hampshire.

The report also shows Fisher has been bashing women online for at least five years. One Reddit user described his comments as “disturbing,” to use a mild term. He often criticized women for their “sub-par intelligence” and for their “lackluster and boring [personalities], serving little purpose in day to day life.” Fisher said the only reason men put up with these negative traits is the women’s bodies.

In early posts, he criticized women’s “autonomy” and didn’t shy away from “slut-shaming” some of them. In his opinion, religion, marriage, slut shaming, and female oppression are methods used by the society to deter hypergamy.

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 … ,

the Republican wrote in a 2012 post, about a month before he created the controversial subreddit.

A Rape Apologist

Fisher also complained about his dating life, which comes as no big surprise when you take into account his views on women. He complained that women often ghosted on him and stood him up.

He described his dates as immature, unintelligent, uninteresting, having no depth but having a sense of entitlement. He thinks dating is easier for women and he dreads the fact that “a pair of boobs” puts them on equal footing with their male counterparts that have great personality or intelligence.

He also complained about women who accuse men of rape. He once said feminism teaches women that unattractive men are likely rapists. So, he advised his brethren to take several precautionary measures after casual sex like getting a text message from their partner that she was pleased with the encounter.

But in 2008, his advice was creepier than that. At the time, he said about rape that it “isn’t an absolute bad” because at least one of the persons involved – the rapist – “likes it a lot”. Four years later he wrote on the Red Pill that a 40-year-old pedophile staring at a 15-year-old girl’s chest was “evolutionarily advantageous and perfectly natural.”
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