Posted 25 July 2017 - 02:35 PM
Sua sponte en banc is not common in the Circuit. It is, however, extremely common in the Fourth and Ninth Circuits which are, coincidentally (har har), also stacked with ultra-liberal judges. Uber-liberals have one thing in common, if they don't like the outcome of something, they will do everything in their power to "correct" the "injustice" including, but not limited to simply making it up as they go along.
If SCOTUS refuses this case, essentially a watered-down version of Moore, that signals they're unwilling to hear ANY case that concerns carry outside the home. That or we're all nuts and they really wanna hear a case involving open carry. They can't allow this crap to continue where the law of the land in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and D.C. is "banning carry is unconstitutional" and...the rest of the sister circuits saying the opposite. They take up cases where no circuit split exists and ignore cases where a massive split exists.
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