Paul Krugman Blames ‘Hackers’ For Downloading Child Pornography Using His IP Address


New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, who still escapes most Americans how he ever won a Nobel Prize in economics, is having some “technical difficulties.”

On Wednesday he revealed on his Twitter account 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 wrote in tweet he since has deleted.

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

Yes, because Paul Krugman is such a serious character in our society that a group of devious hackers found out his IP address so that they could download child pornography and make it appear that it was him.  Please…

First of all, why would anyone post this kind of information on social media if it were true that someone else “used” their IP address to download child pornography?  If you dealt with your ISP’s security department, there’s no reason to EXPLODE the story to the world.  What probably happened is the Mrs found child porn on his computer, confronted him about it, he denied it, and for the benefit of avoiding a wooden rolling pin smacked upon the side of his head, is play acting like he’s a victim of some devious child porn hacker conspiracy.

Qanon is a reference to what leftists like Krugman consider a group of conspiracy theorists who in recent years spread incriminating information against many high-profile Democrats.  By referencing Qanon, Krugman thinks that will help his ridiculous attempt of getting out of it.

If your IP address is a dynamic IP address, and most people’s are, that is provided by your Internet service provider (ISP), and yes, there is a chance that someone else can see it, but they can’t use it for anything. It only identifies the computer that it belongs to.

We don’t know if the child pornography in question was found on Krugman’s computer hard drive, or if he’s just claiming that someone somehow used his IP address to fake authorities into thinking the downloading was being done by his IP.

Several observers were skeptical of Krugman’s claim. Others had some fun at his expense.

“Ok boomer,” DailyWire’s Jessica Fletcher reacted.

“The biggest tell that you’re lying is that no one would be motivated to debase you more than you already have,” film producer Adam Trahan wrote.

“Think Mrs. Krugman will buy it?” Grabien founder Tom Elliott asked.

“Sounds to me like a desperate man trying to get ahead of a bomb that’s about to drop.”

Here’s all you need to know about Paul Krugman.

Hours later, Krugman deleted the tweet, saying that the Times was “now on the case” that it could have been a “scam.”

I’d much prefer a detective be on the case.

“Deleted original tweet. Times thinks it may have been a scam. Anyway, will have more security in future.”

Like Mary Jo Kopechne, the NY Times was unavailable for comment when Fox News tried to reach them for a comment.

From Fox News:

Krugman, the outspoken anti-Trump economist who predicted a “global recession” following the president’s election, was recently slammed by a columnist for the liberal magazine The Atlantic, who had diagnosed him with “Trump Derangement Syndrome.”

Paul Krugman truly is an idiot.

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