Last week, Marc Lamont Hill received “tepid applause” from conservatives for his honesty when he admitted that the Left didn’t cover the Gosnell trial because “we worry that it’ll compromise abortion rights.”

Reminder: He’s also completely honest about his slobbering, starry-eyed worship of convicted cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal.

Not surprising given that Hill coauthored a book with his “unjustly incarcerated” pal. And who can forget how “exciting” he found the Christopher Dorner saga? It was “like watching ‘Django Unchained’ in real life,” he said.

How else did Hill plan to celebrate the birthday of this “prison intellectual”? Who better to ask than @MumiaAbuJamal?

Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner won’t be celebrating a birthday this year and hasn’t since Abu-Jamal brutally murdered him in 1981.

Flashback: A 2006 “Vent with Michelle Malkin” segment on Officer Faulkner and the Left’s infatuation with Mumia Abu-Jamal.

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