West Allis Insurrectionist Claims Inhumane Conditions, Not Allowed To Watch Packer Game

Updated: Feb 23

West Allis insurrectionist in jail

Sunday, January 24th, 2021

Written by David John's

WEST ALLIS, WI- Much like Brendan Dassey thought he’d be home in time for Wrestlemania, West Allis man David Mish jr figured if he turned himself in, he’d be home in time to watch the Packers in NFC championship this Sunday. Well he’s been benched.

In our exclusive jailhouse interview, David went on and on about the Rogers Brady matchup, about the pack’s number one offense, and about how angry he wasn’t pardoned by Donald Trump. “Yeah, I get Lil’ Wayne is a packers fan, but what the heck is a Kodak Black? Is that a kind of camera”? David Mish jr. said. He also said “That crazy dude with the horns and the face paint is getting organic meals and I can’t get a tv wheeled into my cell to watch the Packers play against the second greatest quarterback all time?”

David Mish Jr., 42, is charged with unlawful entry on restricted grounds and violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. According to a criminal complaint, Mish admitted that he had entered the Capitol building on Jan. 6 with several others who yelled, "breach the building," as they entered. If convicted of both counts, he faces up to a year and a half in prison and $105,000 in fines, and missing Super Bowl LV.