At a typical Randall Terry press conference one can expect to hear all sorts of overheated rhetoric about abortion – that it’s murder, that abortion clinics are places of “mass genocide,” and so forth. But in recent weeks, he has amped up his rhetoric to insane new heights over the healthcare legislation before Congress, which he claims would pay for “child-killing.”
Earlier this week Terry called for the rejection of the bill and warned of “violent convulsions” of a level that hasn’t been seen since the Civil War if the bill is passed
At today’s press conference, however, Terry was quick to point out that he has supposedly been a “non-violent” leader for 25 years, and he ridiculed those who accuse him and other right-wing leaders of “stirring up domestic terrorism”:
But when Terry predicted the consequences of passing the bill, he seemed to exalt in warning of “random acts of violence” and violent “reprisals against those deemed guilty”:
We, for one, think it’s absolutely right to connect the dots between violent rhetoric and violent acts.
To end on a lighter vote, if that’s possible, here is a clip of Terry doing his best impersonation of what I assume he would call a “whiny liberal”: