A pro-life video producer is accusing the nation's largest crowdsourcing website of censorship and "outright lies" for dumping his effort to make a $2.1 million made-for-TV film about Kermit Gosnell, as well as another pro-life film.Share
According to producer Phelim McAleer, who created the movie FrackNation, he was excited to use the crowdsourcer Kickstarter.com for a movie about Kermit Gosnell. McAleer, who had used Kickstarter for "Fracknation," claims that the company engaged in discrimination against him because of CEO Yancey Strickler's "prejudices" against the pro-life film.
In the end, McAleer and his wife were forced to shift their fundraising efforts to Indiegogo. (Read more.)