So-Called “Women’s March” Sends Birthday Shoutout to Convicted Cop Killer

Posted by on Jul 17, 2017 at 2:48 pm

We imagine this tweet won’t last long once some clear-thinking individual snaps to it:

Screen grab just in case:
So yeah, the so-called “resistance” is honoring cop killers.

Trooper Werner Foerster was shot and killed with his own service weapon after backing up another trooper who had stopped a vehicle containing two men and a woman on New Jersey Turnpike.

The subjects started struggling with the troopers and were able to disarm Trooper Foerster. One of the men opened fire, killing Trooper Foerster and wounding the other trooper. Despite the wounds, the other trooper was able to return fire and killed of the subject.

The three subjects were members of the Black Liberation Army. The two surviving subjects were convicted of Trooper Foerster’s murder, but the female suspect escaped from prison in 1979 and fled to Cuba, where she has remained at large. The man who shot Trooper Werner was sentenced to life in prison. He was denied parole in 2011, but in September 2014, the New Jersey Superior Court overturned the ruling and ordered that the subject be paroled.

Somehow this anti-American “women’s march” is a media darling. Disgraceful:

Understatement of the year.

These people are truly disgraceful.

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3 Responses to “So-Called “Women’s March” Sends Birthday Shoutout to Convicted Cop Killer”

  1. group hug while singing kumbaya on unicorns on 17/17/17 at 2:55 pm

    Trendy poseurs jump on the “resistance” bandwagon without any vetting.
    Gotta resist those terribly oppressive democratic elections while living in a country with one of the highest standards of living with unabridged freedoms for all.
    But then again cop killer is probably a feature and not a but to them.

  2. Doubting Rich on 18/18/17 at 4:44 am

    The tweet currently has 326 likes and many replies. Not one reply I can see is supportive. A couple of those replies themselves have over 1000 likes – i.e. more than 3 times the original tweet’s.

    Unless they are even more deeply stupid than a obvious (for organisers of a women’s march at a time when all systemic sex-based bias in their country is in favour of women, and personal bias against and sexual attacks on women are at an historic low) then they might be getting the message that this is bad branding.