Jack Cashill keeps up his endorsement of illegal acts in his Jan. 14 WorldNetDaily column, in which he once again lovingly condones the murder of abortion doctor George Tiller and laments that shooter Scott Roeder will be held accountable for it:
Although no one would guess it from the fussy local coverage of Scott Roeder's trial for the murder of Wichita abortionist George Tiller, the Kansas-Missouri borderlands have a long-storied tolerance for frontier justice.
Scott Roeder, however, can expect no book, no movie, no boyhood home, no historic site, no mural in the Kansas State House, no jailhouse visits from Bob Dylan or Bianca Jagger.
Yet, based on existing evidence, Roeder has a much stronger claim to historical vindication than Brown or the James brothers and one at least comparable to the citizens of Skidmore.
Barring the unforeseen, the state of Kansas will be more likely to memorialize Tiller's boyhood home than Roeder's.
Pro-lifers will not memorialize Roeder either. Conservatives do not really cotton to murderers the way the left does. There are no Mumias on the right, no Ches, no Peltiers, no Maos, no Saccos, no Vanzettis, never have been.
Roeder has found this out the hard way.
The funny thing is, Cashill is working at cross purposes with the publisher of his column. As we've detailed, WND has largely run away from Roeder, depicting him as mentally unstable and "not associated with the mainstream pro-life movement" in order to downplay the movement's historic violence (which we saw again most recently at CNSNews.com).
Cashill's enthusiastic endorsement of murder only reminds us just how extremist WND is.