A feminist group leader said her organization was barred from participating in the Women's March on Washington next week because their group is pro-life.

Destiny Herndon-De La Rosa, who is opposed to President Trump like many of the march's participants, said the organizers effectively rescinded her invitation after they found out her stance on that issue.

Herndon-De La Rosa told Tucker Carlson that "women can be anything they want except pro-life" in the eyes of those groups.


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After a partnership was extended to her "New Wave Feminists" to march on Monday, she said she accepted it with pride.

But, a backlash followed, and the group was dropped from the list of participants.

De La Rosa said that move sent a message that such women's groups do not want to partner with pro-life women, and that groups like New Wave Feminists are needed "even more now".

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