Kayleigh McEnany’s sister launched dating app backed by Peter Thiel

Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany’s sister is a saleswoman for The Right Stuff, a new conservative dating app partly owned by billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel.

The app’s website describes it as “created for conservatives to connect in an authentic and meaningful way.”

“Other dating apps have woken up. We connect people with shared values ​​and similar passions.”

Ryann McEnany, Digital Marketing and Brand Communications Strategist and Engagement Officer at America First Policy Institute, is featured in an introductory video introducing the app debuting this month.

“What I love most is that it’s invite-only, so not everyone can participate,” she says in the clip.

The app is free to use, but men have to pay for a premium subscription, while women can get it for free by just inviting two friends.

“My lady can get a premium subscription just by inviting a few friends, so she doesn’t have to pay,” says McEnany.

“Gentlemen, if you want premium access, it’s up to you.”

According to McEnany, the app only offers two gender options.

“By the way, those are the only two options. Ladies and gentlemen,” she says.

“The Right Stuff is about joining the right dating pool for people who share the same values ​​and beliefs as you. Start by building the perfect profile, no pronouns needed.”

“Do your best by including a favorite photo of yourself doing something you love or with someone you love,” McEnany says.

“I’m sorry that you had to endure years of bad dating and wasted time with people who don’t see the world the way we do — the right way.”

The app even provides prompts for users to enter sentences such as “My favorite random fact about America is…” or “Favorite liberal lie…”.

Another prompt is: “Alexa, change…”

Thiel, who made his fortune as a co-founder of PayPal and one of Facebook’s early investors, poured $1.5 million into the app.

Co-founders of the app include former Trump administration officials John McEntee and Daniel Hough.

“What we’re doing has never been done before. No one has built an app with a high quality, well-funded, dedicated team,” Huff said. told The Hill.

“This is an important and underserved market.”

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“The Right Staff” was co-founded by two former members of the Trump administration.
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Huff added: “Liberals own education and media companies and we cannot let them control our personal relationships.”

He told The Hill that the app will initially cater strictly to heterosexual relationships, but may expand to same-sex relationships “in the future.”


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