Jordan Neely Choked Out After Years of Terrorizing NYC Subway Riders

If you’ve been keeping up with the happenings in New York, you may have already been introduced to Jordan Neely. This is an infamous Michael Jackson impersonator who’s made a name for himself by terrorizing subway riders.

However, this time we’re not covering one of his many attacks on an unsuspecting New Yorker, but rather, his tragic death. This has now been ruled as a homicide, leading to a number of activists crying for charges against his “murderer.”

To no one’s surprise, BLM is furious

In fact, a protest is already set to happen in front of the Manhattan District Attorney’s office on Thursday. If you remember what happened after the George Floyd protests of 2020, you know how this is going to unfold.

Another tangent one could draw between the two men is that both of them died due to neck compression; although many woke New Yorkers will tell you that’s where the resemblance stops.

While Floyd was a convicted, violent criminal, Neely was nothing more than a nuisance on New York’s streets, most of the time at least. This can’t exactly justify his regular bouts of anger and physical confrontation with the subway passengers.

This time though, he was seen violently pacing back and forth on one of Manhattan’s F trains, after which he was restrained by three people, including an ex-Marine, who’s now responsible for Neely’s death.

Upon losing consciousness, Neely was rushed to a nearby hospital, where he was later pronounced dead by a medical examiner.

Another criminal for the woke mob to use as a posterchild

However, a thorough investigation of Neely’s history shows he’s been arrested 42 times between 2013 and 2021, meaning he’s been causing chaos on the NYC subway system and streets ever since he was 20 years old.

In fact, before dying, he had an active warrant for assaulting a person. This didn’t stop the woke mob from calling for action to be taken against the US Marine veteran who only tried to prevent the situation from escalating.

Ayanna Pressley pulled out her best BLM-peddling speech, claiming Neely was “lynched” for having a mental health crisis, even though the video from the subway shows the three men subduing him were merely trying to avert a crisis.

Unfortunately, in averting one, they’ve caused a much greater crisis, one that could easily spread like wildfire through the US, just like the Floyd protests did, causing millions of dollars in property damages.

That being said, a number of Neely’s previous victims jumped to the veteran’s aid, testifying they’ve been attacked by the homeless MJ impersonator numerous times, one even claiming he’s been pushed onto the train tracks by the deranged vagrant.

No amount of verbal abuse can justify a man’s death, but if you consider his death was the result of a good samaritan trying to potentially save dozens of lives, the whole BLM narrative just doesn’t fit here.

This article appeared in The Record Daily and has been published here with permission.