DeSantis Fundraises For ‘Good Samaritan’ Charged In NYC Subway Chokehold Case

You can add Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to the list of people helping to raise money for Daniel Penny, the New York City Marine vet who faces criminal charges in the subway death of a violent homeless man, Jordan Neely.
On Friday Governor Ron DeSantis called Penny a “Good Samaritan” and shared a fundraiser for his legal defense.
Governor Ron DeSantis also lit into Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, calling him a “pro-criminal” and “Soros-funded” prosecutor.
On May 1, Penny put 30-year-old Neely in a fatal chokehold after what police described as an altercation on a northbound F train.

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