After SCOTUS declared Maryland’s AWB and magazine ban unconstitutional, the Marlyand AG has refused to comply.

Democrat Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh was defiant: “Military-style firearms pose grave risks to public safety, as recent mass shootings in other states have made clear. Despite the Bruen ruling, the state’s law remains in effect. Marylanders have a right to be protected from these dangerous weapons.”’

Three of the four boxes have failed. The government is refusing to comply with its own laws. What else is left?

Categories: Antiguntyranny


Johnny Rebel · July 2, 2022 at 12:18 pm

Big Steals and no border means that I hold them in no regard.
A divorce is coming and of course it won’t be peaceful.
There isn’t enough room for Long Marcher globalist CCP sellout traitors and Patriots.

Ratus · July 2, 2022 at 1:24 pm

It was only GVR’d not explicitly overturned.

That’s Granted Vacated and Remanded back to the lower court.

The appeals court either needs to adjust its opinion to that of SCOTUS or remand it to the district court.

The AG can bluster all they want they still lost and have to go through the process of loosing officially.

    Divemedic · July 2, 2022 at 1:28 pm

    GVR means that it cannot be enforced. That was the point of the lawsuit

      Ratus · July 2, 2022 at 5:30 pm


      It means that they probably shouldn’t.

      It ackchyually is only an order to the lower court to fix their fuck up.

      It’s not binding on anyone else.


        Divemedic · July 2, 2022 at 10:13 pm

        I didn’t say it was binding. I’m in the middle of reading the Bruer case to see what other surprises are in there

Jonathan · July 2, 2022 at 2:49 pm

I suspect they haven’t enforced it much to begin with.
In Colorado, the magazine limit law has (as far as I know) only been used as an “add on” to serious crimes.

    Mountain Rat · July 2, 2022 at 4:37 pm

    Yea, but you can’t buy new magazines that don’t meet the limits. It’s a real pain in the ass and I am sick of it. It needs to be overturned.

      mike · July 4, 2022 at 9:45 am

      No disagreement with you, You are right. At this late stage though it should only be in inconvenience to the serious man. I lived for 30 years under draconian gun laws in my previous state. I refused to get the new, renewed annually, permit to have and use the guns I already owned legally. I had a certifiable arsenal in my home and was at constant risk of serious legal problems if it ever came to the attention of the authorities. I bought all my ammo and did all my hunting and shooting in the constitution abiding state next door. Simple solution. I have since moved to that great state next door and I can buy, keep, and carry without a care in the world, but if I still lived back among the enemy I would still not be turning over any weapon or accessory they declare illegal. Maryland is close enough to some red states to justify a road trip, even with thee Biden gas prices

Steve S · July 2, 2022 at 3:13 pm

What’s left ain’t pretty. Either way.

Big Ruckus D · July 2, 2022 at 3:55 pm

Really, this has been going on for a while. Sanctuary cities, and more recent the who legalization of marijuana at the state and local level have thukbed their noses at federal law. Overall I consider localities giving the feds a big piss off to a good thing.

First, the feds have had their fingers in too damn many things they have no business fucking around in. Second, the lack of strong fed response to these incidents of openly disregarding their dictates shows they are not well equipped (willingness aside) to enforce a lot of this shite to begin with.

It is my opinion that they have stretched themselves too thin to do the enforcement anymore, except on a limited and selective basis. Being the one selected for targeting sucks, but the resources to crush all dissent just doesn’t exist at the scale needed.

Ol’guy they say · July 2, 2022 at 6:31 pm

The Pill or The Hemp

Anonymous · July 3, 2022 at 12:59 am

What else is left?

The population could refuse to pay taxes, and refuse to suffer consequences for it, like the Quakers did in early Pennsylvania. I know, I know, the average American would rather die than give up their Linus security blankie of government.

Gerry · July 3, 2022 at 9:49 am

50 people die in a trailer in Texas. More than double that died in the school shooting. When are we going to have reasonable trailer regulation? Nobody needs a 42 foot trailer.

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