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Miami Cafe That Kicked Out Fox News Analyst Goes Out Of Business

Recently, a book cafe in North Miami closed down after kicking out Fox News political analyst Gianno Caldwell over his conservative political beliefs.  Caldwell slammed the business for refusing him service based on his conservative values, illustrating how his experience is a microcosm of the political polarization throughout America.

Caldwell explained how he was appalled over being asked to leave the business based on voicing his conservatism.  However, Paradise Books & Bread would not continue to operate as a business for long after recently announcing it would be closing its doors.

Speaking to Fox News host Maria Bartiromo, the conservative explained how the incident went down.  Caldwell illustrated how, upon arriving at the restaurant, he was questioned on his political beliefs before being asked to leave after it was ascertained he was a conservative.

“Maria I never thought I would make international news so being a Florida man kicked out of a restaurant that’s exactly what what happened but what happened is some friends of mine some people that I’m just getting to know that live in my village and invited me off to this, this Paradise Books and Bread never been there.

Never heard of it. I go in there immediately asking me question How do you like working with Fox News? Are you a conservative and I’d say yes I am actually I have a book out called taken for granted how conservatism can win back the Americans liberalism had failed,” he said.

“Get the book and we’re talking about my brother we how he was murdered in Chicago last year in June, last month, or yesterday made seven months since he’s been murdered. And a number of other issues like my pro life stands about progressive DAs who are exacerbating the crime issue,” Caldwell added.

Caldwell explained his side of the story on X, where he and his friends were engaging in political discussions in the cafe.  Shortly after, the Fox News analyst claims the owner of the establishment asked him to leave.  “I can’t believe what just happened. I met up with friends for breakfast at Paradis Books and Bread in North Miami & while we were having discussions about politics we were told by the owner that we were not welcomed there because we aren’t politically aligned. Outrageous,” he wrote on X.

The business posted a lengthy notice of its closing, calling out its “haters.”  The business wrote,  “Audrey, Brian, and Bianca here. We have made the heavy decision not to reopen paradis, and this is our way of letting you know why.

The message continued, “We’ve come to the end of the line, and we’re ending this project on our own terms. To our haters, we suppose congratulations are in order, so you can go ahead and stop reading now! But, to those who have loved us, supported our many changes, laughed with us, danced with us, and maybe even cried with us, we wanted to give you this parting explanation, as well as a wholehearted thank you.”

Ben Collis is a freelance journalist for the Trending Politico covering trending human interest/social media stories and the reactions real people have to them. He always seeks to incorporate evidence-based studies, current events, and facts pertinent to these stories to create your not-so-average viral post.
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