Daniel Penny Still on Trial Even Though Gov. Hochul Has Sent the Military to Protect NY Subways

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One of the great miscarriages of justice happening in the United States right now is New York’s prosecution of former Marine Daniel Penny. A crazy person on the New York subway was threatening to murder women and children when Penny restrained the guy in a chokehold. The crazy guy died, and rather than throwing a ticker-tape parade honoring Penny as the hero that he is, the liberals in New York charged him with murder.

Serious question: Why haven’t the charges against Daniel Penny been dismissed, since the New York subways are obviously so dangerous that Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) has sent in the military to protect the public?

Hochul deployed the National Guard to the subways last week. Soldiers are now searching the bags of suspicious people and deterring lunatics from murdering people by pushing them onto the train tracks. How can anyone argue that Daniel Penny did something wrong when the situation on the subways is so dangerous that we need to call up the troops to restore order?

New York didn’t even call up the National Guard for the BLM riots in 2020. That should tell you how bad the situation is on the subways. They don’t have enough cops to protect New York due to the Democrats’ Defund the Police movement.

Daniel Penny’s attorney, Thomas Kenniff, told Fox News, “I just wish it didn’t take this long for there to be a realization, a recognition among our elected leaders that there’s a crisis that’s going on in the subways of New York City.”

The message is clear for anyone living in a blue-run city. Never step in to help strangers because you could end up being prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. What an ugly way to live.