Recently, filmmaker Phelim McAleer asked anti-fracking protesters dressed as fairies in Los Angeles if it was hypocritical for them to use oil products to protest oil companies. They responded by cursing and running away.
Content warning: Strong language.
McAleer and his wife Ann McElhinney are the producers and directors of "Not Evil Just Wrong" and "Mine Your Own Business." Their current project and film, "FrackNation," explores the benefits of fracking, the practice of breaking apart rocks to release energy, and debunks lies about the practice perpetrated by the far left and Hollywood. In particular, FrackNation takes on a film by Josh Fox called "Gasland," which portrays fracking in a negative light and as falsely responsible for making water flammable.
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