Daniel Penny humiliated New York Rep Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in his first interview since he stepped in to help threatened passengers on a New York Subway. Witnesses have come forward to back up Penny sinking Bragg’s case causing AOC to learn the hard way to never follow Al Sharpton on one of his fake crusades because it will backfire.
Penny finally spoke to the media and AOC, who said Neely “was murdered” and pushed for criminal charges for the Marine while showboating at Neely’s memorial service, should be ashamed of herself.
Because Penny told the New York Post: “This had nothing to do with race. I judge a person based on their character. I’m not a white supremacist. I mean, it’s, it’s a little bit comical. Everybody who’s ever met me can tell you, I love all people, I love all cultures.
“I was actually planning a road trip through Africa before this happened. I’m a normal guy.”
He said he has seen crazy things on the subway as a frequent rider but Neely’s actions were different.
“This was different, this time was much different. This time was very different. I take the subway multiple times a day.”
When asked if he would do it again he said yes because people were in danger from the deranged ex-con who had a history of attacking people on public transit.
Penny said: “I live an authentic and genuine life.
“And I would — if there was a threat and danger in the present.
“I always do what I think is right.
“Growing up in the wake of 9/11 and the terrorist attacks in a community full of firemen, first responders, police officers, it was like, I needed to serve my community in some way.
“We went to Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, Jordan, Greece and Spain.
“We stayed off the coast of Iran for a bit. It was during that whole drone thing when they were shooting stuff down and stuff.
“I love to travel.
“It really changed my perspective of the world for sure. I’m very thankful for being able to travel so much.
“Just the friendliness and welcoming of everyone and everywhere that I went to.
“And even before I deployed, you know, a lot of my friends I served with in my platoon came from all over a lot from Central America and Mexico, that, you know, I’ve opened up my, my eyes to their cultures and their perspectives.
“I loved leading Marines and I love being around Marines.
“I love helping people.
“I just did what I had to do.
“And I think growing up in a majority female household, you learn to lead in different ways from an early age.
“I really missed the interaction,” he said of leaving the Marines. “I missed the adventure, you know.
“So last summer, I decided to drive from New York and do a road trip through Mexico and Central America all the way to Nicaragua.
“My car got stuck in a landslide.
”We had to hike and find a local village to come help dig us out.
“They were so friendly and kind. They really treated me like family.
“You hear so many bad things about these places.
“I just wanted to see for myself, and thankfully I was proven right that these people were always welcoming and friendly and treated me like family everywhere.
“I was in Antigua, Guatemala, in a coffee shop. And I was just kind of overwhelmed by a sense of home even though I couldn’t be further from home, you know.
“So I just I attribute that that obviously, the locals there. They were very welcome — and also the structure I was sitting in.
“It was there I decided I wanted to study architecture and maybe help inspire other feelings of home for other people,” he said.