Beaten down by months of snow, wind and cold, an Ohio county has issued an “indictment” against Punxsutawney Phil over his Groundhog Day prediction.
Phil did not see his shadow February 2, signaling spring’s early arrival.
Six days later, Winter Storm Nemo dumped 30 inches of snow on New England. Six weeks later, temperatures across the Northern U.S. remain frigid.
Birds chirping? Flowers blooming? No sign of those anywhere.
As a result, (hopefully) tongue-in-cheek prosecutors Butler County, Oh., are demanding justice, claiming Phil deliberately misled the American people.
They say such a felony should be …