“America is the only nation on the face of the planet where if you own land, you own the mineral rights underneath your land,” she said. “No other country allows this. This is important, and we have to be willing to fight for it.”
To finance the film and involve everyday citizens in the fight to promote the right to engage in fracking, Ms. McElhinney and Mr. McAleer launched a “crowdfunding” effort at FrackNation.com to collect contributions of as little as $1 from individuals who will be named as executive producers of the film. After nine days, they raised more than $50,000 of their $150,000 goal, with more than 600 donors.
“When they learn about the injustice of the environmental propaganda that’s out there, people think there’s nothing they can do,” Ms. McElhinney said. “The enviros are going to frame the debate and declare that the science is settled. But it’s not settled and there is something you can do. You can help us to tell the truth.
“Some people say, ‘There’s all kinds of truth.’ That’s wrong. There’s all kinds of opinion. There isn’t all kinds of truth. There’s just the truth.”
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