Bummer: Appeals Court Throws Out Kid’ Climate Scam Suit

If anyone bothered keeping track, it’s gotta be something like one win for climate cultists for 20 losses in court

Appeals Court Throws Out Youths’ Climate Change Case Against Florida

An appeals court Tuesday rejected a lawsuit in which eight young Florida residents sought to force the state to take steps to address climate change.

A three-judge panel of the 1st District Court of Appeal upheld a decision last June by Leon County Circuit Judge Kevin Carroll to dismiss the case.

The panel did not give a detailed explanation, but cited Caroll’s conclusion that the case involved “nonjusticiable political questions.”

Ya think? These are things that should be decided by duly elected lawmakers, not courts. Especially since it seems that most suing fail to practice what they preach. Better than passing laws, the Warmists should mind their own f’ing business and just worry about their own lives.

The lawsuit, filed in 2018, contended the state should be required to address climate change and reduce reliance on fossil fuels.

In a brief filed at the Tallahassee-based appeals court, attorneys for the plaintiffs contended that the state’s handling of climate-change issues had violated the plaintiffs’ constitutional rights.

And they lost because said constitutional rights did not appear in the Florida Constitution. But, hey, there are lots of parts about minding your own damned business and government not infringing like an authoritarian state.

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2 Responses to “Bummer: Appeals Court Throws Out Kid’ Climate Scam Suit”

  1. Dana says:

    My eidetic memory recalls judicial systems classes at the University of Kentucky, taught by Dr Sidney Ulmer, our most nattily dressed professor, and one of the things he mentioned was that the courts do not, or are at least not supposed to, decide clearly political questions.

    Yes, I know: this was back when computers were an IBM 360, but my memory really is that good.

  2. Joe says:

    Hey, at least the Pettifoggers made a few bucks.

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