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New conservative dating app created by Kayleigh McEnany's sister MOCKED over prompts for users

A brand new conservative dating app, which was created by the sister of Donald Trump's ex-press secretary and was funded by billionaire Peter Thiel, is being mocked on Twitter

A brand new conservative dating app, which was created by the sister of Donald Trump’s ex-press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and was funded by billionaire Peter Thiel, is being mercilessly mocked on Twitter – after screenshots of some of the bizarre prompts that are given to those creating profiles were shared online.

Ryann McEnany, 34, from Tampa, Florida, designed the new ‘invite-only’ platform, called The Right Stuff, in an attempt to help ‘young conservatives’ find ‘people that see the world the right way,’ after she said she noticed that other dating apps had ‘gone woke.’ 

However, many social media users are now making fun of the new dating service, which launched on Friday, after it was revealed that the app asked its users to share their thoughts on the January 6 Capitol riots in their profiles.

A brand new conservative dating app, which was created by the sister of Donald Trump's ex-press secretary and was funded by billionaire Peter Thiel, is being mocked on Twitter

A brand new conservative dating app, which was created by the sister of Donald Trump’s ex-press secretary and was funded by billionaire Peter Thiel, is being mocked on Twitter

Kayleigh McEnany's sister Ryann McEnany, 34, designed the new platform, called The Right Stuff, in an attempt to help 'young conservatives' find 'people that see the world the right way'

Kayleigh McEnany’s sister Ryann McEnany, 34, designed the new platform, called The Right Stuff, in an attempt to help ‘young conservatives’ find ‘people that see the world the right way’

Many online users are now making fun of the new dating service after it was revealed that the app asked its users to share their thoughts on the January 6 Capitol riots in their profiles

Many online users are now making fun of the new dating service after it was revealed that the app asked its users to share their thoughts on the January 6 Capitol riots in their profiles

According to New York Magazine writer Shawn McCreesh, while signing up, there is a series of different questions that you can pick from to put on your profile.

And while some are normal getting-to-know-you type prompts, like, ‘A shower thought I recently had…’ and, ‘Biggest risk I’ve ever taken…’ others have left the web stunned.

According to New York Magazine writer Shawn McCreesh , while signing up, there is a series of different questions that you can pick from to put on your profile

According to New York Magazine writer Shawn McCreesh , while signing up, there is a series of different questions that you can pick from to put on your profile

‘January 6th was…’ read one of the prompts, referring to the day a group of former President Trump’s supporters stormed the Capital building on January 6, while another said, ‘Favorite liberal lie…’

Each question contained a space to put your response, which has a 200-character limit and will be featured on your dating profile.

McCreesh shared some grabs of the prompts to his Twitter account – which he said he obtained from ‘a friend’ – and they quickly went viral, gaining hundreds of retweets and thousands of likes.

Many people replied and suggested other joking things that the app should have included, like, ‘I testicle tan _____ times a week,’ and, ‘I have _____ MAGA flags in my yard.’

‘Probably best to make sure you and your partner are on the same page here,’ said someone else. 

Another person claimed the app was ‘going to fail because if there’s no “libs” to attack and argue with, they’ll get bored in a month.’

‘The whole point of being a right-wing Trump supporter is to annoy and argue with people. They don’t actually want to meet and date people who share their supposed viewpoints,’ agreed a different user. 

'January 6th was...' read one of the prompts, referring to the day a group of Trump's supporters stormed the Capital building on January 6, while another said, 'Favorite liberal lie...'

‘January 6th was…’ read one of the prompts, referring to the day a group of Trump’s supporters stormed the Capital building on January 6, while another said, ‘Favorite liberal lie…’

McCreesh shared some grabs of the prompts to his Twitter account and they quickly went viral. Many people replied and suggested other joking things that the app should have

McCreesh shared some grabs of the prompts to his Twitter account and they quickly went viral. Many people replied and suggested other joking things that the app should have

Another person claimed the app was 'going to fail because if there's no "libs" to attack and argue with, they'll get bored in a month'

Another person claimed the app was ‘going to fail because if there’s no “libs” to attack and argue with, they’ll get bored in a month’

A different user called it a 'terrible idea' and said it will have '95 per cent undesirable men' on it

A different user called it a ‘terrible idea’ and said it will have ’95 per cent undesirable men’ on it

Others even joked that the FBI is going to use The Right Stuff to catch people who were involved in the Capitol riots

Others even joked that the FBI is going to use The Right Stuff to catch people who were involved in the Capitol riots

Others even joked that the FBI is going to use The Right Stuff to catch people who were involved in the Capitol riots.

‘Never mind conservatives. Where’s the dating app for lonely liberals?’ asked someone else.

A different user called it a ‘terrible idea’ and said it will have ’95 per cent undesirable men’ on it. 

‘Recording these dates might be an interesting reality show,’ suggested someone else. 

‘Nothing says morally righteous conservative Christian like pairing off based on shared hatred of things,’ read another tweet. 

A promotional video for the app has also gained attention online; it showed a series of young, conservative women sharing the things that they’re ‘looking for in the guys they date.’

‘Someone who wants to have kids,’ said one of the ladies, while another answered, ‘Someone who loves his family.

One woman even said that she was looking for a man with an ‘alpha male vibe.’

In the clip, someone from behind the camera then asked the women why they wanted to date a conservative man.

‘For me, at least I know we’re going to start off with some shared values,’ replied one of the women.

The app shared a promotional video, which showed a series of young, conservative women sharing the things that they're 'looking for in the guys they date,' including an 'alpha male vibe'

The app shared a promotional video, which showed a series of young, conservative women sharing the things that they’re ‘looking for in the guys they date,’ including an ‘alpha male vibe’

In the clip, someone then asked the women why they wanted to date a conservative man. 'The conservative men I've dated at least know how to treat me like a woman,' said one woman

In the clip, someone then asked the women why they wanted to date a conservative man. 'The conservative men I've dated at least know how to treat me like a woman,' said one woman

In the clip, someone then asked the women why they wanted to date a conservative man. ‘The conservative men I’ve dated at least know how to treat me like a woman,’ said one woman

'I like that they understand their role in the relationship as a man,' said another, while a third stated, 'In my personal experience, conservative guys have better manners'

‘I like that they understand their role in the relationship as a man,’ said another, while a third stated, ‘In my personal experience, conservative guys have better manners’

‘The conservative men I’ve dated at least know how to treat me like a woman,’ said another, while a third stated, ‘In my personal experience, conservative guys have better manners.’

‘I like that they understand their role in the relationship as a man,’ replied a different woman.

‘I prefer my men to be masculine,’ said another.

And when asked about the biggest red flag that a partner could have, they all agreed it was being ‘a democrat.’ 

Ryann first announced the app back in August, explaining at the time that only ‘ladies’ and ‘gentlemen’ who are determined to ‘get back to the right way of dating’ like her will be welcome to use The Right Stuff. 

While the app is free to use, it offers a premium subscription with extra perks for $9.99 a month – however, upgrading to premium will only cost extra for men.

‘For my ladies, you’ll never have to pay because we all get premium subscriptions for simply inviting a couple friends,’ Ryann said in a promotional video.

‘Gentlemen, if you want access to premium, that’s on you. By the way, those are the only two options: ladies and gentlemen.’

Ryann explained that the app is designed to encourage people to ‘put their best foot forward.’

Ryann first announced the app in August, explaining that only 'ladies' and 'gentlemen' who are determined to 'get back to the right way of dating' like her will be welcome

Ryann first announced the app in August, explaining that only ‘ladies’ and ‘gentlemen’ who are determined to ‘get back to the right way of dating’ like her will be welcome

While the app, which is 'invite only' is free to use, it offers a premium subscription with extra perks for $9.99 a month - however, upgrading to premium will only cost extra for men

While the app, which is ‘invite only’ is free to use, it offers a premium subscription with extra perks for $9.99 a month – however, upgrading to premium will only cost extra for men

The app is being funded by former Trump staffers John McEntee and Daniel Huff, as well as PayPal billionaire founder Peter Thiel (pictured)

The app is being funded by former Trump staffers John McEntee and Daniel Huff, as well as PayPal billionaire founder Peter Thiel (pictured) 

She said you start off by ‘building your perfect profile – no pronouns necessary.’

‘Our prompts give you the opportunity to let people know various sides of you,’ she added. ‘Remember, be authentic and creative.’ 

Users have the ability to scroll through the profiles of people in their area – or they can adjust the settings to see people in other locations too.

You hit the like button on people you may be interested in, and you can see everyone who has liked your profile.

‘If you like them back, you can start chatting with them. It’s that simple,’ Ryann shared.

You can then create the ‘ideal date’ by choosing the time and place and where you’d like to go, and share it to your profile to see if anyone wants to join you.

‘You can either keep your options open and post it for everyone to see, or, just post it to the people you’ve liked,’ Ryann continued. ‘This concept is all about getting you out there, and getting you on dates.’ 

Ryann concluded that The Right Stuff is ‘all about getting into the right dating pool with people who share the same values and beliefs as you.’ 

‘We’re sorry that you had to endure years of bad dates and wasted time with people that don’t see the world our way – the right way,’ she said.

Ryann explained that the app is designed to encourage people to 'put their best foot forward.' She explained: 'Our prompts give you the opportunity to let people know various sides of you'

Ryann explained that the app is designed to encourage people to ‘put their best foot forward.’ She explained: ‘Our prompts give you the opportunity to let people know various sides of you’

You hit the like button on people you're interested in, and you can see who who has liked you. You can then chat with them, or create an 'ideal date' and share it to your profile

You hit the like button on people you’re interested in, and you can see who who has liked you. You can then chat with them, or create an ‘ideal date’ and share it to your profile

Ryann (seen with her sister) concluded that The Right Stuff is 'all about getting into the right dating pool with people who share the same values and beliefs as you'

 Ryann (seen with her sister) concluded that The Right Stuff is ‘all about getting into the right dating pool with people who share the same values and beliefs as you’

'We're sorry that you had to endure years of bad dates and wasted time with people that don't see the world our way - the right way,' she said. She is seen with former President Trump

‘We’re sorry that you had to endure years of bad dates and wasted time with people that don’t see the world our way – the right way,’ she said. She is seen with former President Trump 

‘If you’re a young conservative looking to amp up your dating life, go to JoinRightStuff.com. We need to get back to the right way of dating.’

Ryann, who graduated from the University of Florida in 2017 with a degree in Telecommunications and got her Masters one year later in Science and Sport Management, interned in the White House’s office of digital strategy in 2018.

According to Reuters, she also worked as the social media manager for Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign.

Ryann often shares her support for the former president to her social media accounts. She now has a job in digital marketing and brand communications at America First Policy Institute, per her LinkedIn. 

Her sister, Kayleigh, served as Trump’s press secretary during his presidential re-election campaign from 2019 to 2020, and for a good part of the last year of his presidency – from April 2020 to January 2021.

She also worked as his senior advisor from October 2020 to January 2021, and she currently serves as an on-air contributor for Fox News. 

The app is being funded by former Trump staffers John McEntee and Daniel Huff, as well as PayPal billionaire founder Thiel.

‘What we’re doing has really not been done before. No one has built a high quality, properly funded app with a dedicated team,’ Huff told The Hill while discussing the platform in July. 

‘It’s an important, underserved market. Liberals own the education, media corporations, and we can’t let them control our personal relationships.’

'Quit swiping, scrolling, and trolling the wrong people,' The Right Stuff's website reads. 'There are people out there just like you'

'Quit swiping, scrolling, and trolling the wrong people,' The Right Stuff's website reads. 'There are people out there just like you'

‘Quit swiping, scrolling, and trolling the wrong people,’ The Right Stuff’s website reads. ‘There are people out there just like you’

It added: 'Connect with people who aren¿t offended by everything. Get back to normal, view profiles without pronouns. If you're single and not on this app, you ain't conservative!'

 It added: ‘Connect with people who aren’t offended by everything. Get back to normal, view profiles without pronouns. If you’re single and not on this app, you ain’t conservative!’

He told the outlet that while the app is designed for heterosexual couples, the team is looking to expand to same-sex relationships ‘down the road.’

‘Quit swiping, scrolling, and trolling the wrong people,’ The Right Stuff’s website reads. ‘There are people out there just like you.

The website also states: '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.' Creator Ryann is pictured with  Trump

The website also states: ‘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.’ Creator Ryann is pictured with  Trump

‘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.

‘Connect with people who aren’t offended by everything. Get back to normal, view profiles without pronouns. If you’re single and not on this app, you ain’t conservative!’

In recent years, it has appeared that Thiel is looking to carve out his own influence within the Republican Party.

In 2016, he donated $1.5 million to pro-Trump groups and even addressed the Republican National Convention. The German-born investor also served on Donald Trump’s transition board.

More recently, he gave about $2 million to an unsuccessful bid aimed at getting Trump-backed Kris Kobach elected to the US Senate in 2020. He also donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to the RNC in 2018. 

The venture capitalist, once described as a libertarian, also gave a combined $20 million last year to the Senate campaigns of Ohio conservative and Hillbilly Elegy author JD Vance and Thiel Foundation President Blake Masters in Arizona. 

Beyond founding Paypal, Thiel is also known as being Mark Zuckerberg’s first outside investor in Facebook. He also co-founded Palantir Technologies, a data analytics software company.

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