Women’s March group celebrates & honors a Cop-Killer


With an inexplicable, completely baffling, head-scratching statement, the Women’s March group placed their support behind the FBI’s #1 Most Wanted’ criminal.

The organization posted a tweet yesterday wishing a happy birthday to Assata Shakur, aka Joanne Deborah Chesimard, labeling the convicted cop-killer a revolutionary.



Chesimard is currently #1 on the FBI’s most wanted list. She was convicted in 1977 for the first-degree murder of New Jersey State Trooper Brian Foerster. She escaped from prison in 1979. After several years as a fugitive, Chesimard made her way to Cuba, where she was granted asylum.



The FBI has a $1 million reward for anyone who can assist in her capture. The New Jersey Attorney General has offered an additional $1 million dollar incentive.


click image to expand the Most Wanted poster


The Women’s March group promotes itself as an organization seeking “to create transformative social change”. Celebrating the cold-blooded execution of a law enforcement officer is certainly transformative. Women’s March is now neatly aligned with Black Lives Matter (“What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want it? Now!”). An odd place to be for a group that proclaims they seek to “end violence“.

Eventually, leftists always reveal themselves. They prop themselves up as Social Justice Warriors professing lofty goals of equality, claiming to employ non-violent methods. But in truth, they are very much violent “Warriors”, always willing to justify bloodthirsty protest, criminal acts, and even murder as a warranted response to their perceived injures.

Mainstream media painted a portrait of average, typical American women converging on Washington D.C in January, ostensibly there to protest against the inauguration of President Donald Trump, despite the fact that nearly half of America’s women voted FOR Donald J. Trump.

These were not your average American women. When “these women” coalesced on the mall in Washington D.C., America was treated to a display of vulgar, hate-laced speeches, culminating in a desire to blow-up the White House … and “these women” cheered.

That was Women’s March then.

This is Women’s March now.

Once a hate group, always a hate group.



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