As Twitchy told you yesterday, Yahoo! Entertainment did their damnedest to create a controversy out of Chris Pratt wearing a Gadsden Flag t-shirt. As evidence of the backlash against Pratt’s “white supremacist” clothing, writer Hanna Flint cited … a handful tweets. Some backlash, right?

Well, as it turns out, Yahoo! eventually got the backlash they were looking for:

More from the Daily Wire:

But it gets worse. The T-shirt is apparently from a pro-veteran nonprofit called the Brain Treatment Foundation, an organization Pratt has publicly supported in the past.

On Facebook, Brain Treatment Foundation posted a photo of Pratt in the T-shirt and said that they were “honored” by the support.

“We are honored to work with the silent warriors who sacrifice greatly so that others may live free, who defend our freedom, who live with honor and by the word of God. These warriors hunt evil to protect our peace, while those who disparage their sacrifices and our nation from behind a computer screen, pretend it doesn’t exist,” the organization said. “We are proud of the American flag and all symbols that represent the freedom brave men and women have shed blood for since the inception of our great country.”

Wow, the Brain Treatment Foundation sound like a nasty bunch, don’t they?

Via the Daily Wire, Brain Treatment Foundation cofounder Nicole Fisher tweeted this earlier today:

Nice work, Yahoo! In less than 24 hours, you managed to conjure up a fake backlash to smear Chris Pratt, expose your historical ignorance, and crap all over a charity that helps veterans. All in all, we’d call that another media hit job well done.

Meanwhile, if you’d like to learn more about the Brain Treatment Foundation or make a donation, you can do so here.