The Daily Beast:
[Ryann McEnany’s] According to Instagram messages verified by The Daily Beast, the mood is one of flattery mixed with exclusivity: “Hi, I’m working with the team at John McEntee on an exclusive conservative dating app called The Right Stuff, due out this summer comes to market! We’d love to add you to our list for early access to the app.”
Yes, good luck with that, Ryann. I think most women will be concerned that downloading the app will instantly cause gonorrhea on their phone, so this might be a tough sell. In fact, The Daily Beast spoke to two Republican staffers inside the Beltway who said many young conservative women “did it ignores McEnany’s reach and has instead tauntingly passed around screenshots [Ryann’s] Messages to group chats.”
Other Republican employees in DC — the sort who brag about drinking drinks at the Navy Yard Water Hole Mission and claim their pronouns are “yee” and “haw” on their Instagram profiles — told The Daily Beast that the app has a number of potential problems. like liberals masquerading as right-wingers, and the uncomfortable potential of pairing them with conservative associates they already know.
“These are all Mitch McConnell associates,” said a Republican agent, who spoke on condition of anonymity because she still works in pro-Trump politics.
You’d think if you spent eight hours a day in the glowing, ovarian-baring stink jets of undead meatloaf Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, you’d give up dating. And life for that matter. But the heart wants what it wants — and in this case, apparently, it wants the person in the next cabin who constantly smells of airplane glue and Arby’s.
Of course, the lack of women isn’t the app’s only problem. It also appears to have violated the trademark of another dating app called The Right Stuff — although it’s been around for two decades and has nothing to do with MAGA.
The founder of the original Right Stuff app, Dawne Touchings, told The Daily Beast that her attorney will be contacting these name poachers, tout de suite. “There’s a lot of other really good right-wing names that they could choose,” she said. “They are very clever, I’m sure they could come up with something!”
Ha-ha-ha-ha! “You’re very smart.” Good, Dawne.
In the meantime, the app will only be available to straight users — at least when it launches. Which means one of his biggest supporters, Thiel, will be banned from using it. Because he’s gay. Nothing beats investing heavily in a company that treats you as a second-class citizen from the start.
Then again, I’m a cishet male, and if this Right Stuff ad is any indication, they consider me one third– class citizen. Or at least not a “normal guy”.
“Download The Right Stuff today and start dating regular guys.”
“Normal” boys. You know how to:
Good luck ladies. On the plus side, you shouldn’t have a problem finding a “real man” on the site if that’s what you’re into.
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