Felon tries to make political statement about why you shouldn’t own guns, winds up in jail

Here’s the slightly misleading headline:

Man banned from Stones River Mall for offensive t-shirt

That offensive t-shirt read “Has your gun killed a kindergartner today?”

He was asked to remove the shirt, turn it inside out, or leave. He chose to do none of those things, and was arrested. Bryce Myszka is a pretty unique name, so I googled him.

The first thing that caught my attention was a dismissal order in his lawsuit against some jailers in Rutherford County. That order doesn’t say why he was in jail, and I haven’t nailed that down yet, but the Tennessee Inmate Locator says he’s a convicted felon who’s been out of prison since May of 2008.

I love being called a murderer for engaging in lawful activity by someone who’s already been to prison.

3 comments to Felon tries to make political statement about why you shouldn’t own guns, winds up in jail

  • Rob Crawford

    He has a vested interest in disarming potential victims.

  • shovelDriver

    Funny, when I first read what was printed on the t-shirt, I thought he was making the point that millions of guns didn’t kill anyone on that day.

  • A little further light reading in the world of Google reveals that he has a thing for using his real name on websites like “topix” to spill his koolaid all over the interwebs. The typical “Republican Conspiracy” type stuff you hear out of the type of lazy left wing moron that can’t be bothered to do any research and come to their own conclusions. It’s tough being confused by someone else’s facts. It’s even tougher when you produce the facts that confuse you. This is me drying a sarcastic tear from my sarcastic face with a sarcastic hanky.

    On a closely similar note… Did you actually see the TV interview on Channel 4? This guy is twitchy, and can’t complete a thought, much less a phrase. I particularly enjoyed “I shouldn’t have to drive down the street with tears coming out of my eyes…” First, we are all saddened by the tragedy in Conn. I cried too. Second, I noticed throughout the interview he said the word “I” quite often. It gave me a specific sence that this was more about him than any victim. This, of course, should be no surprise to any of us. Since when has ANY issue been about anyone other than the liberal who is whining about it? So the story is about a guy who wants to get rid of firearms because someone used them to commit NUMEROUS FELONIES and it made him cry. Someone made him feel bad and he wants all of us to pay for his butt-hurt-convicted-felon-douchebag-ass!

    Here’s a tissue, now STFU!

    Disavowed With Honor

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