The recent news story of Daniel Penny and the death of Jordan Neely has sparked outrage among conservative Americans. Kari Lake, a conservative news anchor, recently spoke with Tim Pool about the issue and expressed her fear for the safety of American cities. Lake noted that she no longer feels safe in cities such as Phoenix, where she recently drove through and noticed that the only people walking on the street were homeless people.
Kari Lake: "American Cities Are No Longer Safe" – WATCHhttps://t.co/DCOYhJBVkG
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The case of Daniel Penny is a prime example of the discrepancies in the justice system in New York. Penny was trying to protect other passengers from a homeless man who was acting aggressively, yet he is now facing up to 15 years in prison for manslaughter. This is in stark contrast to the 25 people who were shoved in front of trains this year, yet when citizens tried to intervene, the Democrats demanded they be the ones charged.
“The only way to stop these criminals, is for them to be more afraid of their victim.”
Kari Lake and @Timcast discuss the Daniel Penny and Daniel Perry cases. pic.twitter.com/odHEcUtvaC
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The issue of homelessness and crime sweeping across America is a serious one, and it is one that needs to be addressed. Kari Lake noted that “God didn’t envision any one of us living in a tent on the street with a needle in our arm” and that we can help these people if we care enough.
Unfortunately, it appears that the Democrats have no interest in helping these people, as evidenced by their refusal to charge those who push people onto subway tracks and their demand that Daniel Penny face a maximum sentence for trying to protect others from a homeless man. This is yet another example of the Democrats’ disregard for law and order and their willingness to put the safety of citizens at risk.
It is time for conservatives to take a stand against this injustice and demand that our cities are safe for all citizens. We must hold our elected officials accountable and ensure that those who break the law are punished accordingly. We must also work to provide resources and assistance to those in need so that they can get back on their feet and lead productive lives. Only then can we ensure that our cities are safe for everyone.