Terry Declares That Tiller "Reaped What He Sowed," Then Asks If Someone Will Buy Him Lunch

Today, Randall Terry held a press conference at the National Press Club "to discuss how the pro-life movement should deal with Dr. [George] Tiller's death" and defend his statement that Tiller essentially deserved to die because he was a "mass-murder."

Terry said that Dr. Tiller's murder "poses a setback for us on some levels" and then tried to deflect blame from the anti-abortion movement:

Terry: The point that must be emphasized over, and over, and over again: pro-life leaders and the pro-life movement are not responsible for George Tiller's death. George Tiller was a mass-murder and, horrifically, he reaped what he sowed.

Q: So who is responsible ...

Terry: The man who shot him is responsible ...

Q:  ... because that makes it sound like you were saying that he [Tiller] is responsible.

Terry:  The man who shot him is responsible.

Q: What did you mean by "he reaped what he sowed"?

Terry: He was a mass-murder.  He sowed death. And then he reaped death in a horrifying way.

The event came to an utterly bizarre ending when Terry said that Tiller's murder "can be a teaching moment for what child-killing is really all about" ... and then seemed to ask those in attendance if they'd be willing to buy him lunch - he likes Guinness and chicken wings: