Fox News meteorologist Janice Dean said Tuesday that she’s been blackballed from appearing on “The View” — and suggested it was due to her outspoken criticism of embattled Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Dean — who has blamed Cuomo’s coronavirus policies for the nursing home deaths of her in-laws — tweeted that her publicist has tried “several times” to schedule an appearance for her on the daytime talk show, to no avail.
Dean said she wanted to promote her recently published book, “Make Your Own Sunshine,” and also “talk about @NYGovCuomo and what I’ve been doing for 10 months to raise awareness and accountability for my husband’s parents’ deaths.”
“Guess what they said?” Dean said.
Dean also ripped into “The View” co-hosts Joy Behar and Sunny Hostin, tweeting that “seeing [them] yesterday saying they’d basically rather have criminal @NYGovCuomo than a Republican governor in office makes me sick.”
She added: “I must say that @MeghanMcCain has been trying to shout for months about Cuomo, but when you have all the other women drowning her out and saying NO to her good friend who has been screaming for 10 months, it’s kinda telling where their loyalties are.”
Publicists for ABC, which produces “The View,” didn’t immediately return requests for comment.