Many have tried to bring us down over the years, folks.
Dirty politicians, special interest groups, corporate cronies, and snowflake liberals who had their feelings hurt by something we wrote—they’ve all taken up the mantle to silence our voice.
And they all have one thing in common: they failed.
It has been a long few days of seeing the Post offline. Our editor may need to switch to decaf for a while to detoxify from all the caffeine he ingested while tirelessly working to get us back online.
But you’re reading this now, which means we’re back.
And we’re mad as hell that we were gone for so long.
We can’t say for sure who took us offline. That is for the authorities to figure out. But we have our suspicions.
All we can say to those who may-or-may-not-have-taken-us-down is watch out. If you thought we were hitting you hard before, you have no idea what’s about to unfold now that we’re back online.
We have a ‘winter prediction’ for the perpetrator(s), via Bill Murray in Groundhog Day: