Posted by DrJohn on 7 May, 2023 at 2:46 pm. 2 comments already!



It’s deja vu all over again. A man is dead in the subway system of New York City and the responses were all too predictable. Jordan Neely, a sometimes Michael Jackson street impersonator, died after being put in a chokehold by an ex-Marine, Daniel Penny. The NY Times and the Washington Post seized upon it to rebrand the dead man into a totally innocent victim, with the Post even raising the specter of racism. “Senior prosecutors” are looking into the death (which means, as this is Alvin Bragg’s turf, you can bet Penny will be charged with murder and as a hate crime). Neely was harassing subway riders when he was put into the chokehold.

There were the inevitable protests which made NYC look as though it has descended into total anarchy.

Want to see what NYC cops have to deal with?

Watch as the cops here are provoked by the so-called caring “protesters”

These vermin emerge from their lairs to harass cops and citizens

Watch this erudite young man engage the police

Have you seen what it’s like on the NYC subways?

The protesters profess that their concern is all Jordan Neely.

It’s not. It’s all about them.

Jordan Neely was just an excuse to riot and vandalize. None of them cared one iota about Jordan Neely before this happened. Not one.

Jordan Neely had a length criminal record dating back to 2013.

A New York City police spokesperson told Newsweek that Neely’s record has 42 prior arrests, dating between 2013 and 2021. They include four for alleged assault, while others involved accusations of transit fraud and criminal trespass. At the time of his death, Neely had one active warrant for an alleged assault in connection with a 2021 incident.

This is Neely in action

On Reddit one commenter claimed that Neely tried to shove him onto the subway tracks the day before he was killed. Neely clearly was dangerous.

None of this means Neely deserved to die. According to his aunt he was a schizophrenic and didn’t get the medical attention he needed. Why did he not get that treatment? Because Bill DeBlasio and his wife made the money for it disappear.

Bill de Blasio’s wife Chirlane McCray cannot explain where $850 million given to the mental health program she champions has gone, according to reports.

In the three years it has been running, organizers at ThriveNYC have largely failed to keep records of the initiative’s achievements – and data that has been collected shows it lagging well behind targets.

Despite that, the program has been granted an even bigger budget going forward and is now on track to spend $1billion over five years.

And then there is the issue of police. Had there been a police presence on the subway system this may have been avoided. Three years ago NYC cut $1 billion from the NYPD.

If there is a trial, The Diblasios and the city itself should be among of the defendants.

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