Liberals looking to join a new dating app designed especially for supporters of President Donald Trump will run the risk of being sued by the app’s creator, according to The Hill.
Christy Edwards Lawton, founder of the app Righter, told The Daily Beast in a story published Tuesday that her legal team is prepared to file lawsuits against leftists who try to infiltrate the platform after it launches later this month.
“I have a very nice legal team that will be handling that,” Lawton said. “This is zero tolerance.”
“Bring it on,” Lawton said. “This is ridiculous. They’re sitting here suing our president.”
The app is geared toward helping young conservatives in predominantly blue cities, where finding dates reportedly has become more difficult in the age of Trump.
Lawton, a former banker from Wyoming, said she was inspired to create Righter after hearing stories of conservative women being rejected on mainstream platforms because of their political beliefs.
“I kept hearing repeatedly how they kept getting swiped left on and couldn’t even get a date,” Lawton told The Daily Beast.