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Mayor de Blasio Apparently Killed An Innocent, Adorable Groundhog

Reports have surfaced that the groundhog dropped by Mayor Bill de Blasio at a February ceremony, apparently died of internal injuries a week after the incident.

Via the New York Post:

Mayor de Blasio has groundhog blood on his hands!

A week after Hizzoner dropped Staten Island Chuck in front of a crowd of spectators on Feb. 2, the winter-weather prognosticator died of internal injuries — and then the coverup began, The Post has learned.

During Staten Island’s own version of the Punxsutawney Phil ceremony, in which a groundhog uses several Doppler weather radars and a degree in meteorology to pinpoint the end of winter, de Blasio had a rough time of it, mishandling the beast known as Charles G. Hogg.

Watch below …

And here we have exclusive footage of Vice-President Joe Biden encouraging Staten Island Chuck to get back in the game…

The Post also reports that there were multiple layers of a cover-up surrounding the incident.

Staten Island Zoo officials went to great lengths to hide the death from the public and keep secret the fact that “Chuck” was actually “Charlotte,” a female imposter, sources said Wednesday.

The zoo told a few Staten Island Zoo supporters, but claimed the groundhog died of natural causes.

The stand-in was found dead in her enclosure at the Staten Island Zoo on Feb. 9 — and a necropsy determined she died from “acute internal injuries,” sources said.

She had fallen nearly 6-feet when the mayor lost his grip during the Groundhog Day photo-op. Sources said her injuries were consistent with a fall.

Prior to the incident, de Blasio had quipped that he hoped to establish a better relationship than Chuck had with the previous mayor.

“Chuck and my predecessor didn’t always get along, let’s be honest about that. But I’m hoping we can start a new day, a new relationship here,” said Mr. de Blasio before the encounter. “I’m reaching out a hand to Chuck and I hope he will consider shaking it rather than doing other things.”

In 2009, Chuck took a bite out of Bloomberg’s finger, drawing blood.

If establishing a better relationship with Chuck meant a painful week-long, internal injury-riddled death, then yea, it went swimmingly.

Rusty Weiss

Rusty Weiss is a freelance journalist focusing on the conservative movement and its political agenda. He has been writing conservatively charged articles for several years in the upstate New York area, and his writings have appeared in the Daily Caller, American Thinker, FoxNews.com, Big Government, the Times Union, and the Troy Record. He is also Editor of one of the top conservative blogs of 2012, the Mental Recession.

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