MSNBC host Chris Hayes has decided on the Supreme Court's EPA. "Planet."
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On Thursday, the Supreme Courtissued another consequential rulingon social media that would disrupt the Left.
The court has hit the highly anticipated decision in the West Virginia v. EPA proceedings on the agenda of progressives and climate change. The 6-3 decision ruled that "the Environmental Protection Agency cannot pass drastic regulations that could overhaul the entire industry without the approval of additional parliament," Fox Business reported.
In the court's view, Judge John Roberts argued that "it is not plausible that Congress empowered the EPA to adopt such a regulatory scheme on its own." He added that such regulatory power lies "in the parliament itself, or institution that acts according to a clear delegation from its delegation."
The incident stems from the Obama administration's Clean Power Plan, which began in 2015 to reduce carbon emissions from power plants. As Fox Business pointed out, the court put Obama's plan "on hold" in 2016,abolished by the Trump administration, and replaced by affordable clean energy rules.
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File-Steam waves from a coal-fired power plant in Craig, Colorado, November 18, 2021. The Supreme Court on Thursday, June 30, 2022, restricted how the country's major air pollution control laws could be used to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from power plants. In a 6-3 vote with a majority of conservatives, the Court said the Clean Air Act does not give the Environmental Protection Agency broad authority to regulate greenhouse gas emissions from power plants that contribute to global warming. rice field. ((AP Photo / Rick Bowmer, File))
With this latest decision, the authority of government agencies to carry out large-scale environmental regulations An upper limit has been set. ..
However, this check of executive branch was struck by contempt from progressive politicians and left-wing journalists.
Congressman Alexandria Ocasiocortes, D-N.Y., furious on Twitter, demanded that Democrats abandon the filibuster for the planet. "Catastrophic. The carving out of filibuster is not enough. For the sake of the planet, we need to reform or abolish everything."
Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass .. "Our planet is on fire and this radical Supreme Court has destroyed the federal government's counterattack capabilities," he said in a warning tweet.
Then she denounced the court's legitimacy, adding that "this radical Supreme Court is increasingly facing a crisis of legitimacy and cannot give them a final word." rice field.
MSNBC host Chris Hayes shocked the decision by tweeting, "There is a lack of words to explain this court, but above all, it is now a threat to the planet." Gave.
Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, Congressman D-N.Y. West Virginia vs. EPA SCOTUS decision. Photo Provider: iStock
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MSNBC executive Kyle Griffin is Senator Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y. Shared what they said about their decision on Twitter. "The majority of Republican-appointed MAGA courts are reportedly pushing the country back in an era when the Robber Baron and the corporate elite have full power and the average citizen has no say." ing.
Former President Barack Obama tweeted about the urgency of the court's decision. “Nothing poses a bigger threat to our future than climate change. We feel the impact of climate change every day. Today's Supreme Court ruling is a big setback.”
ABC White House Correspondent Member Mary Alice Parks tweeted horribly, "Who intends to save the planet?"
Former CBS Evening News anchor Dan Lazar also used Twitter to "dear the best. Court, thank you for everything.-I gave this hostile view of the decision "Planet Earth".
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Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. "The Supreme Court of the Radicals has destroyed the federal government's ability to combat climate change," he claimed. (AP Photo / Charlie Neibergall)