More on Trump’s Wrong Position on Local/State Frack Bans

Donald TrumpLast week we pointed out the inconsistency of Donald Trump in his public comments during an interview in Denver on frack bans. Trump said he believes local municipalities and even states should be able to ban fracking if they don’t want it–even though he personally supports fracking (see Trump’s Disappointing Position on State & Local Frack Bans). Disclaimer: We feel we need to assert our support for Donald Trump. He is a vastly superior choice to Hillary Clinton. We are not a “bash Trump” website. However, when “our” candidate makes a misstep, we don’t look away and we don’t pretend it isn’t there. We have to deal with it honestly–and Trump is 100% wrong in his view on local bans. We explained why in our post last week. However, Paul Driessen, a senior policy adviser for the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT), which is sponsoring the All Pain No Gain petition against global-warming hype, writes about Trump’s inconsistent view on frack bans far more eloquently that we do. Driessen says Trump’s comments reflect “common misperceptions” about fracking and its supposed harms. Here’s what Driessen said in a recent column…

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