Tucker On Eichenwald's Anime Porn Consumption: 'This Is a Troubled Man,' 'He Needs Help'

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Jun. 09, 2017

Newsweek writer Kurt Eichenwald was widely mocked Thursday on Twitter after inadvertently tweeting out a photo which showed he was browsing Japanese anime pornography on his laptop.







Eichenwald later tweeted out this ridiculous excuse:





That was also widely mocked:


Tucker Carlson, who destroyed Eichenwald in a viral interview late last year, covered the controversy on his show Thursday night:



From Mediaite:
"For real, this is a troubled man," Carlson said. "It doesn't help Kurt Eichenwald to pretend he is okay. He is not okay. He should not be on Twitter, he needs help."

Carlson saved his scorn for Newsweek and MSNBC, who are both exploiting Eichenwald, in Carlson's view.

"Newsweek gets clicks, MSNBC gets viewers," Carlson said. "It's awful. They're exploiting him. It's cruel. So these supposedly news organizations, a plea, for real: Stop Kurt Eichenwald before he tweets again. He will thank you later for that if you do."
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