The mental giant (cough) Illinois Attorney General lost again in recent days.  This makes his second huge loss in as many days.  This time, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals out of Chicago vacated a lower court decision in Miller about the Land of Lincoln’s gun ban for home daycares and adoptive parent homes. 

This would be his third huge loss on near-and-dear causes to the Governor.  The first being a failure to defend the “NO CASH BAIL” law, then the failure to defend Pritzker’s new gun ban and now this.  Wow. 

Yes, this is a David Sigale case (via ISRA and the SAF) or we believe it to be.  Congrats Mr. Sigale.  You (finally) won one!  Sincerely, congratulations.

In short, the Seventh Circuit reversed the lower court “pre-Bruen” decision allowing the unconstitutional infringement on gun owners’ rights at in-home daycare centers and in the homes of adoptive parents.  They sent it back to district court with instructions to try again, this time under the Bruen “text, history and tradition” standard of evaluating the case.

Once more, the Second Amendment’s new “supercharged right” carries the day.


4 thoughts on “Kwame loses… YET AGAIN”
  1. LOL. Sad news indeed. Our idiot AG couldn’t lawyer his way out of a Cracker Jack box.

  2. It is good to see the Seventh Circuit reversing and remanding the case back to the district with fairly detailed instructions. Now someone should file a Motion to Vacate (or other proceeding consistent with law) the Highland Park rifle ban ruling under the same logic, and the fact that SCOTUS recently reversed and remanded a ruling finding Maryland’s rifle ban constitutional.

  3. Just one little note about Mr. Sigale. Y’all forget he won a few more, like that small case know as “McDonald,” the inconsequential case of Moore v. Madigan, and I believe Ezell v. City of Chicago. Give props where props are due.

    1. Mr. Sigale was Alan Gura’s coffee fetcher during McDonald. Yes, Sigale has won some cases, at times almost in spite of himself. But the ISRA’s claims that he’s won 19 of 20?
      He lost Wilson. He lost Cupp. He lost on Brown I and Brown II. He did have the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals save him on the Daycare (or was it Foster care?) case. At best he eked out a split decision on Deerfield.
      Those who are skeptical of my skepticism of Mr. Sigale’s abilities – or lack thereof – are welcome to listen to his oral argument performances. Count the number of times you facepalm yourself at the stuff he says.

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