Family of 11-Year-Old Hispanic Boy Who Froze to Death in Texas Trailer Sues ERCOT for $100M

Cristian Pavon Pineda (left)

He was a good boy, and his net worth was well over $100M.

It is only natural to expect Texas to turn everyone in his family into millionaires.

Daily Mail:

The family of an 11-year-old boy from Texas who froze to death after the family’s mobile home lost power during cold weather are suing the electricity companies involved to the tune of $100 million.

Cristian Pavon Pineda, 11, was found dead in his bed next to his younger brother Tuesday as temperatures plummeted into single digits and the family were unable to keep warm.

The lawsuit places the blame squarely at the region’s utility companies, Power grid operator ERCOT and electricity provider Entergy, holding them responsible for the tragedy.

The Pineda family are accusing the providers of gross negligence and say the companies ‘failed to warn people of the dangerous conditions and gave incomplete guidance to customers’.

Why don’t they sue their kinsman Sandy Cortez for forcing Texas to build these windmills that caused everyone to freeze to death?

Or why don’t they just stop whining and not sue anyone?

This is the way the world works now, in the age of ice: only the strong will survive.

The weak will be culled, as global warming causes a new and brutal ice age.

The old days of freezing your children to death because you’re too stupid to figure out how to keep from freezing to death with no electricity are over.

It is a new Hyperborean world of pure violence and ultimate rectification.