‘Squad’ Member Gets Brutal Fact-Check from Twitter After Claiming Jordan Neely Was ‘Lynched’

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Far-left Democratic Rep. Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts was fact-checked by Twitter users after she claimed a homeless fugitive was “lynched” by a Marine veteran this week.

On Monday, 30-year-old Jordan Neely got on a New York City subway and began to threaten passengers.

According to WNBC-TV, “witnesses and law enforcement sources said Neely got on the train and started acting very aggressively toward other riders, threatening to harm them. … Neely told riders on the train that he wanted food, that he wasn’t taking no for an answer, and that he would hurt anyone on the train.”

Given the stunning instances of violence on New York City subways in recent years, 24-year-old Daniel Penny did not take that threat lightly.

The veteran restrained Neely in a chokehold. Video of the incident shows two other men helping him.

Neely later died and his death was ruled a homicide, but that does not classify it as murder. A homicide simply occurs when someone dies at the hands of another person; the determination does not take context into account.

Neely was reportedly homeless and mentally ill. He was also black while Penny is white, so a predictable narrative was set: A white man “murdered” a black man on a New York subway. The Marine vet is being portrayed as a calculated killer who was motivated by racism.

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