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Conservative Dating App ‘The Right Stuff’; FBI Contacted By Users -All You Need To Know

A former adviser to the Trump administration started dating service for conservatives only. The site has been talked about on the internet and may have caught the attention of the FBI.

The Right Stuff is a brand-new dating app for conservatives only, and John McEntee is its co-founder and CEO. The Twitter app claims that “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 new dating app is apparently invite-only, and women are offered a premium subscription to the platform absolutely free. Ryann McEnany, the younger sister of former Trump White House secretary Kayleigh McEnany, appears in a promotional video for the website. McEnany says, “That’s on you,” though, if males want access to the premium.

Other conservative dating apps have appeared on the market for conservatives, like The Right Stuff. When Donald Daters, a former dating app, came out in 2018 with the goal of helping Trump fans find dates, it got a lot of media attention.

But because it was said to have leaked user data on the day it came out, that app is no longer available in app stores.

This software is designed to be unique, according to co-founder Daniel Huff in a Glenn Beck interview. Huff and McEntee agreed that there was a genuine need and opportunity here. He said, “You have the antagonism, the discrimination against conservatives not just from the users, but from the platform itself.” when speaking about the problems with other dating apps. To handle certain circumstances, “The Right Stuff” was developed. Huff claims.

FOX 26’s Isiah Carey recently spoke with conservatives Angela Box and Tex Christopher about the app and the debates it has sparked.

Tech tycoon Peter Thiel contributed $1.5 million to the platform to support the app. In the interview, Huff states that “No one’s ever really tried to make a high-quality, well-funded app with a dedicated team.”

The app has a feature named “Post Date.” Individuals are able to publish enjoyable activities for other users to view. The person who uploaded it then has the option of selecting the recipient. The purpose of this function is to allow users to go on enjoyable dates instead of staying at home and only sending texts.

Huff says, “We want to create a superior product, and we’re able to do that by actually adding features that no one else has,”.

Several parts of the program, though, are said to have led to interactions and talks with the FBI.

The software quizzes users to help them develop their profiles. One of the inquiries on the platform, according to users, was “January 6th was…” Capitol riots. After responding to those questions, users claim that the FBI called them.

The platform has so far gotten unfavorable reviews since it was made available in app stores. Some express their dissatisfaction with the app’s invite-only feature.

A lot of people have started making fun of the software online. This only became worse when people started complaining that there weren’t any women using the app and that most of the users were men.