October is either too early or too late for Groundhog Day.
It’s actually quite a bit closer to next Feb. 2 than this previous one — but, on the other hand, this is an election year and pretty much every day since February has felt like Groundhog Day, so I’m going to go with too late.
Either way, it would explain why — one day after drawing the ire of pretty much everyone for digitally smothering a similar story from the New York Post — Twitter decided it wanted to go and play in the muck again, this time censoring a story regarding Hunter Biden allegedly trying to cash in with a Chinese company.
According to the story, published Thursday by the Post, Biden pursued deals in the country with an unnamed “big guy” that would be “interesting for me and my family.”
“One email sent to Biden on May 13, 2017, with the subject line ‘Expectations,’ included details