Posted 6 days ago
On Saturday morning, Fox News' Gianno Caldwell was asked to leave a restaurant in North Miami, Florida because his Conservative views "don't align" with the opinions of the owners.
The restaurant, Paradis Books and Bread, posted on their public Instagram account (@paradis.bb) with a caption that alluded to Gianno and his group, stating that "their behavior and their words made other folks in the space as well as the one of us working very uncomfortable."
"This situation reminds me of something that MLK said in 1963, a very simple truth. He said, injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. And what I experienced yesterday, me and some of my neighbors, who I'm just getting to know, was an injustice. It was a grave injustice," the Fox News political analyst said on "Fox & Friends Weekend" Sunday.
On Saturday morning, the restaurant owner approached Caldwell and said that she had been "listening" to their conversation and decided that they "were not welcome" in her restaurant.
Caldwell said he asked if he had said something "triggering" to the owner, to which she explained that they were being removed because their politics do not align. Caldwell and his group promptly exited the restaurant in response.
Caldwell added that he was asked how he enjoyed "working over at Fox News," along with questions about his political alignments, like, "are you a Conservative?"... (Read more)