Women’s March organizers proudly wish ‘revolutionary’ cop killer a ‘happy birthday’

If you thought it was impossible, you were sadly mistaken.

The organizers of January’s Washington D.C. “Women’s March,” they of the vagina hats and “nasty woman” t-shirts, have stooped to yet a new low.

On Sunday, the group wished convicted cop killer Joann Chesimard, a.k.a. Assata Olugbala Shakur, a happy birthday.

“Happy birthday to the revolutionary #AssataShakur!” the tweet stated, right along with a colorful Chesimard drawing.

Chesimard, a member of the Black Panther Party, has been hiding in Cuba since her 1979 escape from prison after being convicted two years earlier for her part in the May 2, 1977 murder of New Jersey State Trooper Werner Foerster.

Foerster has been assisting fellow trooper James Harper during a seemingly innocuous Middlesex County, NJ  speeding traffic stop when the occupants, including Chesimard and a Black Panther leader, suddenly opened fire, wounding Harper and killing Foerster.

After her 1979 prison escape, Chesimard fled to Cuba in 1984 and has been hiding there ever since, ostensibly protected by the Castro regime.

According to Fox News, President Trump has asked Cuban dictator Raul Castro to extradite Chesimard to complete her sentence.

Not surprisingly, social media reaction was strong and negative for the hapless Women’s March organizers:

And finally …

Yeah that’ll happen, when pigs fly!

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Scott Morefield

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