The Weird Happenings Of Kurt Eichenwald And ‘Tentacle Porn’

   DailyWire.com

WARNING: This post contains graphic language and images

Newsweek and Vanity Fair contributor Kurt Eichenwald is apparently into animated Japanese pornography, specifically “schoolgirl uniform”-type stuff. This was exposed when the contributor with a longstanding battle with the alt-right journalist posted a photo on Twitter which accidentally captured some of the open tabs on his laptop, including one with Hentai porn.

But the cover-up is even better than the crime: Eichenwald claims he was only looking at Hentai porn because he was trying to prove that “tentacle porn” exists. Seriously.

Let’s start from the top.

The columnist took a photo of an anti-Semitic pamphlet which he allegedly received from an alt-right troll and posted it to Twitter. It was quickly spotted that one of the tabs read in part: “8 chiku [english, uncensored, 212 pictures], with two pages.”

[Note: This is the second photo Eichenwald posted of the flyer, proving it’s authenticity.]

After a quick Google search, Eichenwald’s foes posted what they found — that the columnist is into anime porn — and savaged him for the tweet.

Here’s a censored shot of what Eichenwald was apparently browsing:

And what tags he had posted:

So, being on the defensive, brilliant Eichenwald decided to ignore all the laws of public relations and pile onto the disaster with an absurd cover-up: He only had anime porn on his screen because he and his sons were trying to prove to his wife that “tentacle porn” exists.

Of course, simply searching “tentacle porn” would have done the trick.

Eichenwald continued to dig deeper the hole in which he was now standing:

He even posted an alleged phone conversation in the hope for exoneration:

The embattled journalist ended the debacle with the following tweet:

Journalism in 2017 sure does involve a lot more porn than we all anticipated.

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