If there’s one thing that can distract the nation from James Comey‘s testimony against President Trump, it’s tentacle porn.

For that, we have to thank Newsweek senior writer and MSNBC contributor Kurt Eichenwald, who accidentally tweeted a photo that showed one of his browser tabs was open to hentai.

To those who don’t know (or are with co-workers and pretending to play dumb), hentai is anime porn in the style of Japanese manga that puts characters in very imaginative, sexy situations — like being penetrated by otherworldly tentacle monsters, for example.

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Eichenwald blew his cover when he shared a photo of an anti-Semitic flyer he claimed to receive earlier this week. This was part of a Twitter battle against Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who shaded Eichenwald on his show on Tuesday night.

In response, the journalist made a dig at Carlson’s poor ratings before tweeting a pic of the anti-Semitic flyer to Carlson, claiming he’s gotten “things like this a lot” since appearing on the show.

Sadly, Eichenwald didn’t notice that picture also showed his computer screen, with one of the browser tabs titled “B-Chiku”:

Sharp-eyed Twitter users promptly called him out for viewing the arousing artwork, causing the journalist to delete the tweet.

But Eichenwald came back with an interesting defense as to why the hentai tab was up — he was showing it to his wife! He explained:

See! It was all for… research?

Don’t believe him? Yeah, responders on Twitter didn’t seem to buy the excuse either:

What a sticky situation…

[Image via MSNBC.]

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