A group of pro-life teenagers was banned from participating in the Cherry Festival parade in Grand Traverse, Michigan because organizers determined they were too political. However, a pro-gay group was allowed to march, along with several other left-wing activist groups.
Pro-life leaders say they were appalled that the teenagers were shunned in what was supposed to be a fun parade.
“We are appalled that our next generation is being denied the chance to join their town in the annual Cherry Festival Parade, all in the name of intimidation and harassment and now a supposed clerical error,” pro-life leader Emily Hollabaugh said on the Todd Starnes Show.
“Our students look forward to peacefully walking with their community just as every other group who was approved gets the right to do so. We are proud of our students for being willing to outwardly march for life and we will continue to support them,” she added.
Todd’s interview with Hollabaugh starts below at 00:59:12.