Much like Rep. Paul Ryan‘s claim during the election that he ran a marathon in under three hours, President Obama‘s statement that he does “skeet shooting all the time” is impeachable has no consequence if untrue.

But the Washington Post dug deep:

We e-mailed a White House official on Tuesday and then [Press Secretary Jay] Carney twice on Wednesday asking for the name of an Obama guest at Camp David who could confirm the president’s account. (The White House does not publicly release the names of guests.) We received no response all three times. …

We searched high and low through hundreds of news reports to see if there was ever any other mention of Obama engaged in skeet shooting. We found that Obama, in a weekly radio address in 2012, congratulated Kim Rhode on becoming “the first American to win individual medals in five straight Olympics with her gold in skeet shooting” and Army Sgt. Vincent Hancock for a second skeet gold.

But when the Olympic athletes later visited the White House, Obama did not make a reference to having attempted skeet shooting. Instead, he spoke of other sports that moved him to do better …

We also could not find evidence that Obama ever tried skeet shooting before he became president.

Still, fact checkers at the Post aren’t ready to issue a verdict… They write: “In the meantime, we do not have enough information to make a ruling one way or the other.”

Wait. It’s actually possible to not have enough information on whether someone went skeet shooting?