"Happy birthday to the revolutionary #AssataShakur!" the verified Twitter account for the Women's March tweeted. "Today's #SignOfResistance, in Assata's honor, is by @Meloniousfunk."
The tweet included a painting of Assata Shakur, also known as Joanne Chesimard, with the slogan "A woman's place is in the struggle."
Chesimard is a member of the Black Liberation Party, a racist, anti-American organization. She's committed multiple felonies, and was finally busted for killing a New Jersey State Trooper. She escaped from jail and has been hiding out in Cuba since 1979.
So to recap: NRA ad talking about fighting back with "the fist of truth" - BAD.
Killing cops, committing multiple felonies, hiding in Cuba: GOOD.
Or at least that's the way the Women's March sees it.