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Today we learned that the big Republican/Rand Paul scoop on Chuck Hagel possibly being friends with some organization called "Friends of Hamas" turned out to be based on one guy's sarcastic quip that stupid people took seriously. The notable handicap of the group not actually existing has not, however, diminished the certainty of the Breitbart "reporters" as to how Hagel is probably secret BFFs with them, which is a damn impressive thing all the way around.

So anyway, here's some people laughing at them. Feel free to join in.

Today is a very sad day for us. Nobody believes we exist. But if you can't believe in a figment of your imagination what can you believe in?
@FriendsOfHamas via web
Fact: Chuck Hagel once received $400 million from a group called "Friends with Benefits of Hitlers" #BenShapiroNowBelievesThis
@Wolfrum via web
BREAKING: Obama tied to Friends of Sidwell.
@Ali_Gharib via web
And here I was wasting a lot of time trying to figure out if my end-of-year donation to #FriendsofHamas was tax-deductible.
@AlecMacGillis via web
Rule of thumb: Get at least three fictional sources before publishing serious allegations involving imaginary groups
@joshgreenman via Twitter for iPhone

Caveat: some images on that last link there may haunt your soul.

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