Facebook continues to show its lack of respect for freedom of speech by removing the page of the pro-fracking documentary Frack Nation.
As The Blaze reports, the movie's page was removed for 24 hours after environmentalists issued a series of complaints, denying that the group was telling the truth about fracking.
Filmmaker Phelim McAleer was using the page for reports on the Dimock water trial. The case involves two Pennsylvania families who are suing an oil and gas company. They claim their their water was polluted with fracking fluid.
For a more detailed insight into the trail, check out The Blaze's report.
Now that the Frack Nation Facebook page is back up and running, McAleer has asked people to show their support by sharing more content from the page than ever.