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An Unexpected Supreme Court Curveball Hits Democrats

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The Climate Change fraud may be poised to be dealt a major blow by the Supreme Court of the United States of America and its arrogant usurpations over the free people, and it comes at the right moment, since the insane Joe Biden administration has just transferred our sovereignty to the United Nations.

The SCOTUS announcement arrives just as Americans learn that the Democrats, with the aid of global Marxists, concocted a plan to control us through weather fluctuations.

CNN reported on the utopian dream come true for the Climate Marxists that could get trashed if the SCOTUS acts in our best interest:

“Pacific Island nation of Vanuatu on Wednesday won a historic vote at the United Nations that calls on the world’s highest court to establish for the first time the obligations countries have to address the climate crisis — and the consequences if they don’t.

Vanuatu has long been impacted disproportionately by increasing sea levels and severe storms. And in 2021, it began its demand for the International Court of Justice of the United Nations to deliver a “advisory opinion” on the legal responsibilities of governments to combat the climate catastrophe, stating that climate change has become a human rights concern for Pacific Islanders.

Although the advisory opinion will be non-binding, it will carry substantial weight and authority and may influence future climate discussions and cases throughout the world. Furthermore, it might boost the stance of climate-vulnerable nations in international discussions.

The advisory opinion resolution adopted by a majority vote on Wednesday was supported by over 130 nations. The United States and China, two of the world’s greatest climate polluters, did not express support but did not resist, meaning the proposal passed by consensus.

This is the first time the world’s top court has been asked to handle the climate catastrophe. In his speech to the assembly, UN Secretary General António Guterres described the historic vote as “essential.” “Climate justice is both a moral imperative and a prerequisite for effective global climate action.

“Today we have witnessed a win for climate justice of epic proportions,” said Ishmael Kalsakau, prime minister of Vanuatu, soon after the resolution was adopted. “The very fact that a small Pacific island nation like Vanuatu was able to successfully spearhead such a transformative outcome speaks to the incredible support from all corners of the globe.”

Boyden Gray, who served as counsel to the vice president during the Reagan administration and as White House counsel for President George H.W. Bush, detailed in a Fox News opinion piece how federal courts are unable to agree on whether climate change lawsuits are governed by state or federal law, suggesting that the Supreme Court will likely decide for them.

More on this story via The Republic Brief:

“For over a century, the Supreme Court has held that lawsuits over air (and water) pollution that crosses state lines must be decided under federal law. This means overreaching states and cities cannot impose their environmental agendas on their neighbors or otherwise hijack the domain of federal environmental law, federal regulations, and international treaties,” Gray wrote. CONTINUE READING…

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