Others arent having any of it.
At least 10 members of the group Stop Fracking Payne County claim their anti-fracking signs were stolen, run over, ripped out of the ground or vandalized recently, reported KOCO.com.
Ariel Ross, a member of Stop Fracking Payne County, told the news crew, I just want to be able to put up my sign because I care about it and I think its important.
The fracking fight comes at a time when earthquake activity has increased dramatically in Oklahoma, and while there is some science that points to a connection with increased fracking, state leaders remain unwilling to draw that connection.
Then again, maybe the protesters in Payne County should lighten up.
A little earth shaking never killed anyone, right?