On Friday, Kari Lake told Tim Pool she “no longer feels safe” in American cities as the two talked about soaring crime and homelessness sweeping America.
Citing the case of Daniel Penny, Pool pointed out the discrepancies in the New York justice system.
The pool also noted there were 25 people shoved in front of trains, but when citizens tried to intervene, the Democrats demanded they are the ones who are charged.
As The Daily Mail noted:
Figures from the New York City Police Department obtained by DailyMail.com revealed that with two months still left in the year there have already been more subway pushings than there were in all of 2021.
As of October 16 the NYPD had recorded 22 subway shovings this year. Since that date three more New Yorkers have been tossed to the tracks – one of them fatally – pushing the total well above the 21 which occurred all of last year.
Lake noted that I was “for trying to protect others really” and “it’s a pretty noble thing.”
“There is another story happening in New York. A homeless black man went to a restaurant and took a pride flag and used it to clean himself after relieving himself outside,” Pool said.
“They are demanding a maximum sentence for him.”
“If you’re a homeless man who is unwell and you defecate on a pride flag, they want you locked up a maximum sentence; if you are a Marine, trying to protect others from a homeless, violent man, the homeless man is now the victim,” Pool added.
“I always say we’re living on a crazy planet,” Lake responded.
“I don’t feel safe in American cities right now, Phoenix is dangerous,” Kari Lake said.
“It wasn’t so long ago. We were driving downtown to the Capitol, and we got into Phoenix, and for about 10 minutes, we’re driving. I was looking out the window, and I was like, ‘I have not seen one person walking on the street except for homeless people,'” Lake continued.
“This is a serious problem. These people are a danger to others, and they’re a danger to themselves,” Lake added.
“God didn’t envision any one of us living in a tent on the street with a needle in our arm. And we can help these people, and we can help them get better if we care enough.”
On Thursday, it was reported that Daniel Penny would face manslaughter charges and up to 15 years in prison for the death of 30-year-old homeless man Jordan Neely, who had been arrested over 40 times.
Penny put Neely in a submission hold on a subway in New York after the homeless man began acting aggressively towards other passengers.