As thousands of women – and men – prepare to march through the streets of Washington on the 45th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, CNN thought it would be a good time to draw attention to those activists who have gone largely unrecognized this past year.

No, we’re not talking about the March of Life protestors.

Of course, CNN’s feature left out of a few minor, not-so-pretty, details.

And that’s not all that will likely be missing from CNN today.

We wouldn’t get your hopes up. Currently, the site features virtually no coverage of the demonstration.

On its Twitter page, CNN say it’s their “job to #GoThere & tell the most difficult stories.” And yet, no one from the network is willing to “go there” today – to go into D.C. and share these women’s stories.

What CNN fails to understand is that you don’t have to be pro-life to think the March for Life is an important political event worth covering. If your motto really is “facts first,” then at least give your readers the option to hear all sides of a debate. They can decide from there where they stand.

Thankfully Dana called them out, because it’s not just 2A misinformation we need to hold them accountable for.