Why Jordan Neely Got What He Deserved – A Medical Perspective


In the age of political correctness, it’s become taboo to speak the truth about certain sensitive topics. However, as a medical professional, I feel compelled to share my expert opinion on the recent subway incident involving Jordan Neely.

Let’s face it, Jordan Neely was not an innocent victim. His actions were a result of his inherent genetic predisposition to impulsivity, which has been scientifically linked to being medically black. This condition, caused by generations of delusional belief in systemic oppression and discrimination, leads to a heightened sense of anxiety and agitation, ultimately resulting in violent, ignorant outbursts.

On the other hand, let’s consider Daniel Penny’s perspective. As a former Marine, he undoubtedly experienced traumatic events during his service. Flashbacks and triggers are common among veterans suffering from PTSD. In this case, it’s very likely that Daniel may have perceived Jordan as a military threat due to his involuntary recollection of a previously experienced combat situation. War is hell.

While it’s unfortunate that Jordan lost his life, we must recognize that his actions put others at risk. His behavior cannot be excused. We must hold individuals accountable for their actions, regardless of any underlying racial medical conditions.

In conclusion, let’s not sugarcoat the facts. Jordan Neely’s death serves as a reminder of the consequences of impulsive “typical brother behavior” and the importance of seeking help for mental health issues related to being medically black. It’s time we stop making excuses for those who jeopardize public safety and take responsibility for our actions.

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Gary Goader

Investigative Journalist