Who Do the Dems Replace Biden With?
Latest Development in the Classified Doc Probe Is Not Good for Trump
Playing The Field (Again)
Remembering the Horrors Of D-Day
Soft vs. Hard Bigotry
Biden Political Decision to End Rapid DNA Testing at the Border Guarantees Immigrant...
Her Biological 'Father' Wanted Her Aborted, But She Was Never Unwanted
My Plan for the Transgenders
Truth Is the Foundation of Our Nation
What to Make of New Projections of Big Government Savings
Moral Authority — the Secret Weapon to Restore America
DeSantis' Early Campaign Gets the Blue Check From Fiscal Conservatives
A Tale of Two Irans
Congress Should Not Do the Bidding of a Dying Trade Association
FBI's Misuse of Surveillance Tool Underscores Need for Conservative Oversight

Left-Wing Gasbag Michael Moore Claims He Cancelled SoulCycle Membership, But The Exercise Company Doesn't Offer Them.

AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File)

Far-left hypocrite and millionaire Michael Moore, who promises to eat the rich as soon as he finishes his next propaganda documentary, claimed on Twitter today that he is canceling his SoulCycle membership in light of the fact that the owner of the stationary exercise bike company is hosting a fundraiser for President Donald J. Trump in the Hamptons. But if Moore ever bothered to attend a SoulCyle class, or exercise at all, he would know that is not possible because the company does not offer memberships. Each participant pays per class. 

"That’s it! Just cancelled my @SoulCycle membership!" Moore declared on Twitter. 

The Daily Beast reports that "Billionaire Stephen Ross, who owns popular fitness clubs like Equinox and SoulCycle, is hosting a fundraiser for longtime friend Donald Trump in Southampton this weekend, Out Magazine reports. The event is selling tickets as pricey as $100,000 for a photo-op with the president and $250,000 for a roundtable discussion, with the proceeds going to Trump’s re-election effort." 

Both Equinox and SoulCycle are very trendy in cities and amongst celebrities. The news resulted in a flurry of tweets from leftists announcing their boycott of the two companies. 

But, Moore apparently neglected to even Google whether SoulCyle had memberships before making his declaration. If he had, he would have seen that the first question on the FAQ page of their website addresses this. 

via SoulCycle FAQ:

Do you offer a monthly membership?

No. SoulCycle does not offer memberships. It does not require any long-term commitment. Rather, you can buy as many or as few classes as you like. If you want to buy one class, that's fine. But, if you're riding regularly, our larger series offer a price discount. To see our class pricing, click HERE.

Regardless of the veracity of Moore's tweet, and even if he was joking, I would imagine that his home SoulCycle gym just saw an increase in sign-ups as villagers realized they would not have to risk seeing Moore on a stationary bike anytime soon. 

Join the conversation as a VIP Member


Trending on Townhall Video