Another New York City police officer has been killed in an ambush with all-too-familiar political tones.

Officer Miosotis Familia was shot once in the head early Wednesday morning as she sat in her patrol car.

The mother of three children and 12-year NYPD veteran was specifically targeted.

A nearby security camera captured the killer walking toward the patrol car with purpose, then running from the scene holding a handgun.

He was shot and killed by responding officers when he tried to point his weapon.

That man, Alexander Bonds, had posted anti-police statements on social media, as well as statements in support of the 1970s liberal terrorist group “Weather Underground” and a video from “Occupy Democrats” claiming Donald Trump was planning to electronically steal votes from Hillary Clinton.

If that sounds familiar, that’s because this attack was almost identical to a 2014 shooting of two officers in a patrol car by a “Black Lives Matter” supporter.

In that attack, killer Ismaaiyl Brinsley announced on Instagram he planned to “put wings on pigs” just minutes before the killing, which he declared was in support of the “Black Lives Matter” movement.

He shot and killed two NYPD officers, Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, as they sat in their patrol car.

That act of liberal terrorism appears to have inspired Wednesday’s attack, and it’s only the latest in a growing string of liberal activists targeting and killing police officers.

That attack was followed by a 2015 ambush of a Kentucky state trooper by a Black Lives Matter activist who attended the funeral of Michael Brown, the Ferguson, Missouri man who was shot in self-defense by a police officer after Brown tried to grab his weapon to kill him.

The killer posted numerous photos of himself at liberal political rallies.

And that attack was followed in 2016 by a sniper ambush on Dallas police officers.Outspoken Black Lives Matter activist Micah Xavier Johnson gunned down 12 police officers outside a Black Lives Matter protest, killing five of them.  He was a member of numerous online liberal groups.

Bonds himself appears to be inspired by an even earlier act of liberal terrorism against police.

His Facebook page includes support for Judy Clark, a member of the liberal terrorist group “Weather Underground,” jailed for killing two Nyak, NY police officers and a Brinks security guard in a 1981 bombing.

Clark was originally sentenced to life in prison, but New York’s Democrat governor Andrew Cuomo granted her clemency, making her eligible for parole.

Just three weeks after Cuomo granted Clark clemency, outgoing President Barack Obama pardoned liberal terrorist Oscar Rivera, whose “Fuerzas Armadas de Liberación Nacional Puertorriqueña” terrorist group carried out more than 120 bombing attacks in the U.S., including one that disabled a police officer.

Bonds isn’t alone in idolizing cop killers.

Two of liberalism’s biggest icons made their names by attacks on police and justice officials.

Liberal activist Angela Davis was a founder and featured speaker at this year’s “Women’s March,” standing beside celebrities and lawmakers.

But 40 years ago, she was hiding in Canada from law enforcement after she helped the liberal Black Panther Party terrorist group carry out a paramilitary raid on a California courtroom.

The liberal activists kidnapped and executed a judge, using a shotgun Davis bought for them.

Killing a police officer has been a liberal icon’s rite of passage for over 100 years.

In 1915, Frank Hill went from unknown union member to left-wing celebrity when he shot and killed a former Salt Lake City, Utah police officer.

Executed for his crime, Hill became the subject of several folk songs praising him.

To this day, members of the International Workers of the World union celebrate him as a hero – including the Democrat Party’s 2014 nominee for United States Senate in Montana.

Alexander Bonds is just the latest in a long line of liberal activists to target police officers, and he won’t be the last.