Supreme Court Rules Kids’ ‘Climate Change’ Suit Can Go Forward, But…..

Warmists are making a big deal out of this, but, they shouldn’t hang their hats quite yet

US Supreme Court Signals Serious Doubts About The Youths’ Global Warming Lawsuit Against Trump

The U.S. Supreme Court denied the Justice Department’s request to stay discovery in a lawsuit filed by group of youths and young adults that alleges a constitutional right to a “stable climate system.”

Justices, however, took the unusual step of expressing doubts about the justiciability of the plaintiffs’ global warming claims and urged a “prompt ruling” on the federal government’s dispositive motions.

“The breadth of respondents’ claims is striking, however, and the justiciability of those claims presents substantial grounds for difference of opinion,” the Supreme Court ruled on Monday.

“The District Court should take these concerns into account in assessing the burdens of discovery and trial, as well as the desirability of a prompt ruling on the Government’s pending dispositive motions,” the court ruled.

In other words, they’re saying the lawsuit will need some serious facts, figures, and science to prove the case. Also, that SCOTUS seems to be remanding the case back for the trial judge to make it go away.

The youths argue they have a right to “a climate system capable of sustaining human life,” and that the government had violated the public trust doctrine to the detriment of future generations.

The kiddies and their lawyers are going to have a hard time proving their case, which will be great when they end up losing. Especially since the case seems to be about the judiciary making law. First question from the government should be ” have y’all given up fossil fueled travel and made your lives carbon neutral? No? Huh. Guess you don’t believe that much.”

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