‘I like the alpha male vibe’: New trailer for conservatives-only dating app sure to trigger the left

The sister of former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, Ryann McEnany, has officially launched the conservative dating app “The Right Stuff” and the new trailer is sure to trigger leftists everywhere.

(Video Credit: DateRightStuff)

The app hit the Apple store on Friday. It is funded by tech billionaire Peter Thiel and was founded by former Trump White House staffers John McEntee and Daniel Huff. McEnany’s sister, Ryann, signed on to promote the app before its launch.

The new trailer features seven conservative women who discuss what they are looking for in a man and it is the stuff liberal nightmares are made of. The site reportedly only caters to male/female relationships currently.

One woman looking for love said that she was interested in a “masculine” man. Another wants to date a man who puts family first. Both concepts are anathema to the left.

Even more triggering for leftists was one young woman who proclaimed, “Personally, I like the alpha male vibe.”

All of them agreed, absolutely, positively no Democrats. And no pronouns are required.

To join “The Right Stuff” a conservative user must be 17 or older, and places a premium on “shared values.”

“The Right Stuff brings people together with shared values and similar passions. Discover new people while swiping on our fun, full-screen experience. Stop sweating the small talk, start with a date in mind. You can respond directly to amazing date ideas or create your own for even more matches,” the app asserts.

“The Right Stuff was created for conservatives to connect in authentic and meaningful ways. Other dating apps have gone woke. We bring people together with shared values and similar passions,” the website for the app declares.

McEnany announced the app in August in a promotional video where she stated that it would not cater to identity politics but match conservatives seeking love and family.

The conservative dating app is by invitation only. Premium accounts are given to women who invite friends. Men are required to pay for their accounts.

“And by the way, those are the only two options, ladies and gentlemen,” McEnany said referring to men and women. “You’ll start off by building your perfect profile, no pronouns necessary!”

(Video Credit: DateRightStuff)

When users begin putting together their profile on the app, they are able to select a few premade prompts. Many of them are what you would expect, such as travel stories. Others, however, are more geared toward conservatives.

“January 6th was,” one question prompts the user according to The Gazette.

According to Tech Llog, former Trump administration official John McEntee said, “We need to consolidate conservatives since they are now dispersed over many different platforms. Not to add that most people are too afraid of the backlash to list conservatives on their profiles. On our platform, everybody may be completely themselves!”

In an advertisement for the app, McEnany told conservatives, “We’re sorry that you had to endure years of horrible dates and wasted time with people that don’t see the world our way – the right way.”

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