Fed Court Tosses Lancaster Nuns’ Lawsuit re Atlantic Sunrise Pipe

It’s the end of the road for a highly hypocritical order of nuns in Lancaster, the Adorers of the Blood of Christ, who use natural gas to heat an old folks home they operate, yet are trying to block the Atlantic Sunrise Pipeline from traversing that very same property. The nuns appear to be radical environmentalists. We don’t know how they justify using natural gas yet actively try to block a pipeline that delivers it. Only in the mind of a leftist. The nuns, with the help of local anti group Lancaster Against Pipelines, stuck a garden trellis and a few wooden park benches in the middle of a corn field they own (leased to a local farmer), declaring it a “chapel”–hence our attempt at humor, calling them “Sisters of the Corn.” The sisters then sued to block the pipeline based on religious grounds (see Lancaster Nuns Demand “Religious Freedom” Trial re Pipeline). It was a sham lawsuit from the beginning and the courts saw through it. The case was thrown out by a lower court, and appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third District. Yesterday that court tossed the case too. The nuns now say they are “exploring their options” for what to do next. We’d say they’ve run out of options. Upon hearing of the court’s ruling, the radicals at Lancaster Against Pipelines encouraged fellow wackos to continue breaking the law (i.e. “civil” disobedience) in order to protest the pipeline…

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