Clarence Thomas is about to detonate one green scheme that Democrats will hate

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Democrats have turned to the justice system to try and enact their extreme agenda.

But they’re going to pay a steep price for trying to play games with the law.

And Clarence Thomas is about to detonate one green scheme that Democrats will hate.

Supreme Court could shut down scheme by Hawaii to target oil companies 

Democrats have turned to the courts to try and force political changes on the country.

Honolulu, Hawaii began filing lawsuits against major oil companies like Sunoco, Exxon, and Chevron for the damage they allegedly caused from greenhouse gasses. 

They used state laws, such as public nuisance and trespassing, to find violations against the oil companies. 

The lawsuit demanded that the companies cough up billions of dollars to pay for the damage caused by extreme weather events like heat waves, rising sea levels, fires, and global warming that Hawaii blamed on climate change.

Federal law prevents states from setting the country’s energy policy in order to stop complete chaos from breaking out.

The oil companies appealed to the Hawaiian Supreme Court to stop the case from going to trial.

But the court was filled with left-wing activists masquerading as judges.

One Justice claimed that “the Aloha Spirit inspires Constitutional interpretation.”

The court gave the green light for Honolulu’s case against the oil companies to go to trial.

This is a clear attempt to try and bankrupt oil companies by holding them responsible for unprovable damages. 

Supreme Court could shut down Hawaii’s war on oil companies 

The Supreme Court showed interest in taking a look at Honolulu’s case against the oil companies.

Oil companies petitioned the High Court to take up the case earlier this year.

The Supreme Court asked the U.S. Solicitor General to weigh in on the situation.

Legal experts said that asking the Solicitor General for an opinion is a sign that the Justices are likely to take up the case.

Chevron attorney Theodore J. Boutrous, Jr. told Fox News Digital that it was critical for the Supreme Court to take on the case.

“It is important for the U.S. Supreme Court to grant review. The Hawaii Supreme Court’s decision flatly contradicts U.S. Supreme Court precedent and federal circuit court decisions, including the Second Circuit which held in dismissing New York City’s similar lawsuit, ‘such a sprawling case is simply beyond the limits of state law,’” Boutrous explained. “These meritless state and local lawsuits violate the federal Constitution and interfere with federal energy policy.”

Alliance for Consumers executive director O.H. Skinner warned that this is a well-coordinated scheme by the Left.

“These cases represent a coordinated, dark-money-fueled threat to everyday consumers,” Skinner explained. “The cases, commentators, law firms, and state court judges are all funded, supported, and trained by left-wing dark money.”

Hawaii Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Recktenwald took a training course put on by the Environmental Law Institute to instruct judges on how to handle climate change lawsuits.

Democrat-controlled states and cities are looking to ramp up these lawsuits against oil companies.

University of Hawaii Richardson School of Law co-director of environmental law professor Richard Wallsgrove – a supporter of Honolulu’s lawsuit – understood the implications of the Supreme Court taking the case.

“This could mean the end of climate litigation,” Wallsgrove said.

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.