The Tweet of the Day goes to David Burge, who tweeted this photo of Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci from 1995's "Casino" about mobsters in Las Vegas, calling them the "campaign consultants that convinced Harry Reid to retire."

In case you're not on Twitter, there's a backstory here. Since Reid announced he would not seek reelection in 2016, some have suggested (with no real evidence, naturally) that the injury he sustained to his face and eye was actually from being beat up by the mob, rather than an exercising accident, as Reid has explained.

Of course, the idea didn't come from absolutely nowhere. Reid served as Nevada Gaming Commission chairman from 1977 to 1981 and was accused of and denied being involved in organized crime. Rush Limbaugh said he doubted Reid's official story of a broken exercise band, and Dave Weigel wrote for Bloomberg about the conspiracy. This, though, takes the cake.

Also, the whole thing is being dubbed Band-ghazi, because of course.