Fox News contributor Tammy Bruce said Monday on "Fox & Friends" that the cancellation of a Women's March event over concerns its participants would be "overwhelmingly white" is "pathetic."

The event, which was set to be held in Northern California, was canceled by organizers who said the "decision was made after many conversations between local social-change organizers and supporters of the march."

"Up to this point, the participants have been overwhelmingly white, lacking representation from several perspectives in our community," a news release by the group said.

Bruce said that the cancellation is the "ultimate result of identity politics."

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"The left chooses this framework because they don't want to talk about the issues," Bruce said. "Clearly the thing that brings all women together are the issues."

The rally was originally planned for Jan. 19 to commemorate the third anniversary of the original Women’s March

Bruce called the cancellation "pathetic," "sad" and "disappointing" Monday, and argued that a woman's appearance shouldn't affect anyone's unity as a group.

"You're more than an external framework," she said. "Now, what has the left done? Taken us back into the Stone Age."

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