A new dating app called The Right Stuff is backed by the billionaire founder of PayPal and promoted by the sister of Trump’s former press secretary, Kayleigh McEnany. If that wasn’t enough to run you off the app, it’s also exclusively for supporters of Donald Trump.
Exclusive: The new MAGA dating app The Right Stuff — being promoted by Kayleigh McEnany's sister — hasn't launched yet, but is already struggling to recruit women and faces a cease and desist letter over their name. w/ @noah_kirsch https://t.co/8N3dh9RRET
— Zachary Petrizzo (@ZTPetrizzo) September 17, 2022
The app has been promoted on social media by Ryann McEnany, sister to Kayleigh, who has over 146,000 followers on Instagram. Despite the wide net she can cast with conservative women, few of them seem interested, and that’s just the beginning of the problems the app already has.
They’re also being sent a cease-and-desist letter by the original dating site, also named The Right Stuff, which has been around for 20 years. The owners of the original dating site have good reason to be upset by the use of their name. Their site is designed to attract highly educated people who don’t want to accidentally be connected with Trump supporters.
As if that wasn’t bad enough, the site is attracting a lot of other liberals, who have taken to trolling the app for fun.
According to The Daily Beast:
”Republican staffers in D.C.—the sort who boast about downing drinks at the Navy Yard watering hole Mission and claim their pronouns are “Yee” and “Haw” on their Instagram profiles—told The Daily Beast the app has an array of possible problems, like liberals masquerading as right-wingers and the awkward potential of matching them with conservative staffers they already know.’
Twitter got quite a laugh out of the idea that Trump-supporting men are having trouble finding interested women. Read some of their comments below: