God bless Dan Caulkins for exploring every avenue for his case against the PICA gun and magazine ban. Dan is jazzed that SCOTUS might, underline might, issue some injunctive relief as the case is pending. Others in the YouTube-asphere are trying to clickbait people into thinking something is here that is not.
Yes, the State of Illinois declined to file a response as requested by SCOTUS. Yes that means, to some degree, that the state doesn’t dispute Mr. Caulkins’ facts in the case. Or, perhaps better stated, that Kwame is choosing not to respond to them.
The bottom line, as I wrote Friday, “If you’re hoping they [SCOTUS] will issue a preliminary injunction blocking the state from enforcing it [the PICA law], well, you better not hold your breath.”
Not only do I stick by that, but Mark Smith over at Four Boxes Diner (and OUTSTANDING YouTube channel, even if his ALL CAPS titles are OFTENtimes a little sensationalistic) did a great job explaining, candidly, why the Caulkins’ case is going nowhere.
Just thought I’d share the latest info I’ve seen on this.