Fox News Host Is Very Sad Because Her New York Country Club Is Shunning Her And Her Family
Melissa Francis is a Fox News host. Francis is also a member of Siwanoy Bronxville, an exclusive Bronxville, New York club. Francis took to Twitter on Sunday to complain that she is treated badly at the club, despite her membership, because of her political beliefs. She, of course, did not provide any evidence that the club is politically biased against her. Instead, she simply whined that she has been unable to get a table for dinner.
Francis was touting an upcoming interview with a Trump administration official. She took to Twitter writing, “So excited to have
@tony4ny tomorrow on @AftertheBell – happy you’re in NYC even if Siwanoy shuns my family yet again (they must prefer @CNN v @FoxNews ) oh well see you on the air!”
She went on tweeting, “We are member of Siwanoy Bronxville but somehow, they can’t fit us in for dinner. Repeatedly. I’m sure it’s a coincidence and not something more. Right?
#NeverTrumpers #cnn #HillaryForever?”
Francis is not the first to complain about being shunned from elite social circles for political reasons. Alan Dershowitz is a lawyer and professor emeritus at Harvard Law School. He calls himself a “liberal Democrat,” but has recently argued against impeaching Trump and has actually supported some of his policies or has at least defended them on legal grounds.
Early this month, Dershowitz wrote an op-ed for The Hill. In that op-ed he talked about how Americans are intolerant of opposing political views. He complained that he has been shunned by the posh Martha’s Vineyard society. He said, “I never thought I would see McCarthyism come to Martha’s Vineyard, but I have.”
He continued talking about others in Martha’s Vineyard’s elite social community. He wrote, “For them, it is enough that what I have said about the Constitution might help Trump.” He added, “So they are shunning me and trying to ban me from their social life on Martha’s Vineyard.”