ANOTHER TOP LIBERAL FIGURE LINKED TO CHILD PORN STASH


It would be funny if it were not so darned sad how often it seems that so many prominent liberals end up finding themselves entangled with child pornography scandals.

You would think that if you were someone that has to work on a semi-secure platform like working for a media outlet that you would take the time to beef up your security. Shoot, I know a guy that works at a newspaper in a town of two thousand people that has better internet security than some liberal politicians.

However, it seems to be that the go-to claim if a liberal is caught doing something is for them to say that they were hacked. Every time a liberal messes up, their own digital version of the one-armed man is the one that really did it. It’s ridiculous.

New York Times columnist Paul Krugman claimed that his IP address had been “compromised” and used to “download child pornography.”

“Well, I’m on the phone with my computer security service, and as I understand it someone compromised my IP address and is using it to download child pornography,” Krugman tweeted. “I might just be a random target. But this could be an attempt to Qanon me. It’s an ugly world out there.”

 

Krugman would later delete this tweet.





He claimed that “Times thinks it may have been a scam” and that he will make sure to have more security in future.”

QAnon refers to a group of conspiracy theorists who have spread rumors about alleged Deep State plots against President Donald Trump.

Various political observers were skeptical of Krugman’s assertion. Others took the time to make fun of him.



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