Women’s March Feminists Glorify Cop-Murdering Radical
When hundreds of thousands of women showed up for the Women’s March on Washington in January, how many of them do you think really had a grasp on the kind of radicals they were aligning themselves with? We’re betting: Not many. But a tiger will always eventually show you his stripes, and you only have to pay a modicum of attention to this particular beast to see what it really is. They are not, after all, going to great lengths to disguise themselves.
On Sunday, Women’s March organizers tweeted out a birthday message to convicted cop killer and proud member of the FBI’s Most Wanted list Assata Shakur, betraying the depths of anti-American, anti-police, anti-semitic ideologies that have conspired to formulate the “Resistance.”
“Happy birthday to the revolutionary #AssataShakur!” they wrote. “Today’s #SignofResistance, in Assata’s honor, is by @Meloniousfunk.”
This was accompanied by an illustration of Shakur, who escaped prison in 1979 instead of serving out her life sentence for assassinating New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster.
The tweet was immediately met with condemnation from conservatives who have long seen through to the dark heart of the so-called Resistance. David French of the National Review said, “This is an unbelievable tweet. This woman is a convicted cop-killer. Is that what the women’s march honors?”
And conservative pundit and NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch, who has exchanged words with the Women’s March over their protest of a recent ad she appeared in – an ad that pointed out the increasingly-unhinged speech and actions of the left – said the praise of Shakur only made her more confident in her stance.
“Hi @womensmarch — you celebrate cop killers. I celebrate truth,” Loesch wrote. “My ad was beautiful and it stays. You don’t get to censor my speech. #2A”
You also don’t get to blatantly support someone who should be behind bars – not free and active in Castro’s Cuba – for killing a police officer and then pretend to be outraged at right-wing rhetoric you claim makes you feel “unsafe.” The very thought that these lunatics could ever claim to be a peaceful force for good when they deliberately align themselves with some of the most heinous left-wing radicals in history is asinine. And if it wasn’t for a mainstream media that goes to great lengths to avoid criticizing their own, the truth about the Women’s March, Black Lives Matter, and other hate groups would be known.