The so-called Women’s March has thrown out another pro-life organization. This time it’s kicked out a Women’s Medical Clinic that provides abortion alternatives.
That pro-abortion mantra was reconfirmed today when the Women’s March threw out Stanton Healthcare — that it initially accepted as a partner for the event. Now the Pregnancy Center has been removed by March organizers even though Stanton provides quality healthcare free of charge to low income women, women with unexpected pregnancies and the refugee communities.
With other womens’ groups that embrace a pro-life message being removed from the WMW, it is now clear that this is not a “Women’s” March at all but an anti-Trump and pro-abortion event, Stanton Healthcare spokeswoman Brandi Swindell told LifeNews.
She said: “As a single woman who started a women’s healthcare clinic and a pro-life feminist, I think it is important that there is inclusion, diversity and a broad spectrum of opinions at the ‘Women’s March on Washington.’ That is why we thought it was so important to mobilize women who embrace ending the violence of abortion and standing for human rights and justice for all.”
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“If the voice of pro-life women is excluded from the WMW, then it is not really a ‘Women’s March’ at all. Rather, it is an anti-Trump march, a pro-choice march or a Planned Parenthood march. To truly be called a ‘Women’s March,’ all our sister’s voices, thoughts, viewpoints and stories need to be heard,” Swindell continued.
“Let’s be clear on this point, the WMW has turned into a purely partisan political rally and march with no regard for hearing from or listening to all women’s voices. Shame on them for using the term ‘women’ to advance their political agenda,” she concluded.
On Sunday, pro-life group New Wave Feminists announced that the women’s march officially accepted them as partners. But hours later, New Wave Feminists had disappeared from the march’s partner list (that boasts organizations like Planned Parenthood and NARAL).
In response, Herndon-De La Rosa told MRC Culture that the women’s march organizers “have not reached out to me officially, just removed us from their site.” She added, “so I can only assume they caved to the backlash on social media after the Atlantic piece came out saying we were listed as partners.” The Women’s March organizers issued a statement on Twitter to “apologize” for the “error” of admitting the “anti-choice” New Wave Feminists.