MSNBC Host Raked Over the Coals After Belittling NYC Subway Marine’s Service

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Far-left MSNBC host Mehdi Hasan was raked over the coals on Twitter over the weekend after he belittled the service of a Marine veteran who will be tried for the death of Jordan Neely in New York City.

Daniel Penny, 24, was among three subway passengers who jumped to subdue the 30-year-old two weeks ago after the man expressed violent threats to passengers — including women.

Penny ultimately put Neely in a chokehold that a coroner ruled killed him.

The Marine will now be tried by left-wing Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg on a count of second-degree manslaughter.

The same district attorney’s office that refuses to combat violent crime will work to put Penny away for as long as 15 years, and that is presumably because the military veteran is white while Neely was black.

Had both men been the same race, it could be presumed their story would have never become national news and that Penny would have never been charged with anything.

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