Congratulations, Theresa Steward! You’re Our 2nd Amendment Hero Du Jour

Responsible Nashville gun owner responsibly waves a gun during an argument with her fiance, responsibly accidentally fires it as she’s trying to holster it. Nearly kills child. Ta da!

Officials with the Metro Nashville Police Department said 26-year-old Theresa Steward and her fiancé were arguing Friday night in the driveway of their home on Blairfield Drive.

During the course of the fight, investigators said Steward pulled out her pistol.

After things cooled off, she was pulling the gun back into its holster when it went off. The bullet went flying out of her car and shattered the window of a nearby vehicle.

A child happened to be in that car. Officials said the child was not hit with the bullet, but glass from the shattered window got into the child’s eye.

Welcome to Nashville, NRA! Your good work here is done.

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5 responses to “Congratulations, Theresa Steward! You’re Our 2nd Amendment Hero Du Jour

  1. Moira MacGaothin

    Naaah, the NRA prefers dead kids. Lets the parents get lots of sympathy, outpouring of grief, tons of “how could this have happened?”, and when you point out that it happened because the parents were gun-owning morons, they immediately deflect and tell you how horrible you are because you are focused on the gun instead of the kid. Same perverse story over and over. America deserves its dead children, it does nothing to protect them from these asshats,

    • GregH

      Wonder if the NRA financed the demolition of Adam Lanza’s house. You know, wouldn’t want any permanent reminders of a mass shooting, now would we?

      • Kathleen

        That’s assuming the Freedumistas acknowledge the reality of Sandy Hook, what with the “False Flag” claims and all.

  2. Sounds like a great way to win an argument to me. Nothing shows that you mean business more than pointing a gun at your fiance. I wonder if this young man is smart enough to dodge a bullet twice.