The American Spectator : Farmers 1, Smelt 0 — For Now

The American Spectator : Farmers 1, Smelt 0 — For Now.

After many  bankrupties and foreclosed farms, 85,000 acres of lost food production, dead fruit and almond trees,  a federal judge, Oliver Wanger,  has ruled against a Fish and Wildlife Service water restriction to the Central Valley.

This economic disaster was all about supposed population declines of  a two inch California Delta  smelt, and a guess as to  the cause.  Water exports to the Central Valley were cut off for four years causing masssive crop and orchard destruction, and 40% unemployment in the immediate area.

Certainly the environmentalists, hell bent on maintaining the destruction, (because there are too many humans), will be proceeding to the 9th circuit court with this case.