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“Conservative” users on Tinder could soon be swiping right on Peter Thiel’s new dating app

The Right Stuff, a new dating app for conservatives will soon be coming to America. The launch of the Tinder-like online matchmaking experience has just been announced. The video shows a cute spot fo

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McEnany says, as a photo of her giving Trump the thumbs up is displayed on screen, “We want you to put your best foot forward, which includes your favorite photos of yourself doing what you love or being with the people you love.”

Among the many questions posed in The Right Stuff are “A random fact I love about America is…” and “Favorite liberal lie…” In response to the command “Alexa, change the…”, the video shows a person saying “president.”

McEnany continued by apologizing to viewers, saying, “We’re sorry that you’ve had to endure years of bad dates and wasted time with people that don’t see the world our way – the right way.”

Unlike other dating apps like Tinder and Bumble, which encourage users to reveal personal information like their preferred pronouns, Covid-19 vaccination status, and whether or not they support reproductive rights, this one doesn’t.

Most of the other dating apps have finally woken up. “We bring together people with shared values and similar passions,” the app boasted.

According to The Hill, former Trump aide John McEntee and Trump appointee Daniel Huff worked together to develop The Right Stuff. Conservative tech mogul Peter Thiel has put $1.5 million into the documentary The Right Stuff.

It is a significant, untapped market. “We can’t let the liberals who own education and the media control our personal relationships,” Huff told the Hill. It “has not really been done before” with The Right Stuff.

Other apps and websites like Righter, Trump Singles, and Donald Daters cater specifically to conservatives looking for love.