What would you do if a hacker planted child porn on your computer or phone?

You’d delete is and keep your mouth shut, wouldn’t you?

Admission that it was there and trying to spin a story of your innocence looks like guilt in 2020.

Well, check this out…

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Cernovich.com reports:

New York Time columunist Paul Krugman has posted what one can only consider a highly unusual Tweet:

  • 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. I might just be a random target. But this could be an attempt to Qanon me. It’s an ugly world out there.

I’ve seen a lot in my life – stuff I hope others don’t.

Rarely am I in AWE….. and BEWILDERED

This tweet….. I can’t stop looking at it.

It makes absolutely no sense to make something like this public.

It is of course possible that someone hacked his computer and used it as a server for illegal conduct. That does happen. But man oh man, why post something like that at this phase?

Utterly incomprehensible.

Update: “The Times is now on the case.”

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Of course you deleted it.

And I would bet someone at NYT scolded you for even mentioning it.

Strange you would broadcast a child porn related tweet instead of just resolving it in private.

This very much looks like a man trying to craft an alibi.

Child Porn is big business in America.

But surely Krugman is innocent and this was simply a case of hackers compromising his account, right?

Let’s see what some people on Twitter think.

There is no better ploy than to announce your innocence of a crime before you are even suspected of committing it.

I’m pretty sure that is Alinsky’s rules somewhere.

I sincerely hope that Krugman is simply a retard who made himself look guilty when he was actually innocent.

But in 2020, you never know.

Dean Garrison is Publisher of DC Clothesline and DC Dirty Laundry