A Fox News analyst was booted from a North Miami cafe. Then came drama and harassment

MIAMI — A dispute between a North Miami cafe owner and a Fox News analyst incited a deluge of online harassment — prompting the cafe to shut down operations until next

month. Gianno Caldwell, a Fox News political analyst and self-acclaimed “sworn enemy of PC (Politically Correct) Culture,” was at Paradis Books & Bread in North Miami

enjoying breakfast with friends on Saturday. The group’s discussion eventually shifted to Caldwell’s conservative viewpoints when one of the cafe’s owners headed over to

the table and told them they needed to leave. In a "Fox & Friends Weekend" segment Sunday, Caldwell said that the owner told him and his friends they weren’t welcome

because their politics “do not align.” “There’s a target on the backs of people who happen to be Black, who happen to be conservative,” Caldwell said on the segment. “It

needs to come to an end. ... This should not be the case at all.” Caldwell, who ranted about the incident on Twitter and Facebook, even added that he hoped Republican Gov.

Ron DeSantis will look into what happened at Paradis Books & Bread. The cafe, however, shared a slightly different account of what transpired Saturday morning on

Instagram. The group arrived, ordered food and sat in the inside corner of the establishment. But they “talked quite loudly” — and the cafe says the conversation was

troubling to some of their employees and customers. According to the cafe’s statement, the group spoke about “women in degrading ways” and used “eugenic arguments around

their thoughts on Roe v. Wade.”