BEHNA: Women’s March Removes Pro-Life Group, But OK With Gun Control Groups

The Women’s March (@WomensMarch) is a grassroots movement that is planning a march in Washington D.C. the day after Trump’s inauguration.

The Women’s March on Washington is a women-led movement bringing together people of all genders, ages, races, cultures, political affiliations and backgrounds in our nation’s capital on January 21, 2017, to affirm our shared humanity and pronounce our bold message of resistance and self-determination.

The group is generally pro-abortion, and originally included a pro-life group called New Wave Feminists as an official partner, until far-left feminists complained about it, leading Women’s March to feel pressured to remove their partnership. However, they will still be allowed to march.

So they targeted a pro-life group, but apparently, there was no objection with anti-gun groups such as Moms’ Demand Action or the Brady Campaign To Prevent Gun Violence, both of which are still official partners with Women’s March.

And apparently, Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown For Gun Safety will be joining the march as wellStrange that Women’s March releases a statement calling a pro-life group “anti-choice”, but not for these anti-gun organizations that hate the choice of gun ownership and the 2nd Amendment.

Bloomberg also released a statement about joining the march.

Gun violence will be included in the protesters’ focus on women’s rights, safety and health because it “disproportionately affects women,” according to a statement from former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s group, Everytown for Gun Safety.

Although Everytown isn’t listed as an official partner, we didn’t hear about any gun control organizations lose their partnership. But apparently, the Women’s March has no problem with revoking the partnership of pro-life organizations. Another typical case of liberal “tolerance.”

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