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Founder of dating site for Trump fans only threatens to sue any liberals who attempt to join

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Righter, a new dating website for Trump supporters who feel they’ve been regularly rejected by prospective mates for their political views, is now threatening to sue any Trump critics who try to join.

In an interview with the Daily Beast, Righter founder Christy Edwards Lawton said her website, which will officially launch later this month, will have “zero tolerance” for any liberals who sign up.

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“I have a very nice legal team that will be handling that,” Lawton explained.

Although Lawton admitted it might be difficult to track down every heretic who doesn’t possess the prerequisite devotion to President Donald Trump, she said that people just looking to troll lonely Trump fans would be easy to spot.

Lawton also tells the Daily Beast that she was inspired to create Righter after purportedly meeting a “stunning” female Trump supporter at a party in New York who couldn’t get a date with any man because of her politics.

She said that this alleged person’s experience matched up with other frustrating stories that she’s heard from Trump supporters who try to use mainstream dating apps like Tinder.

“I kept hearing repeatedly how they kept getting swiped left on and couldn’t even get a date,” Lawton explained to the Daily Beast.

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