The world of online dating just got more tedious, as one of the largest online community for singles, just can’t keep its grimy hands out of the political cookie jar.
Independent Journal Review shares that the “swipe right” and “swipe left” platform of Bumble continues to push an agenda on users in the futile and bizarre attempt to politicize love. In latest transgression from the popular device app, the company ran a promotion on Sunday where every match made between members resulted in a donation to Planned Parenthood. This disgusting noxious mixture of political pandering and dating is nothing new from the leadership board, as last month the business began an aggressive crack down and moderation campaign in banning all pictures of users with guns. However, a stipulation was made for allowing individuals in uniform to post firearm images.
The CEO of the company sounds like a real peach, as she brings an extension of feminist tendencies directly to the construct of the site, and it clearly rubs off on a slight majority. On both coasts, especially in the high tech regions of the Bay Area, Portland and Seattle, the percentage of users interacting on the app, is alarmingly robust, and combined with the blatant political slant, conservative christian men just don’t stand a chance against their hipster and amoral counterparts donning man buns the size of watermelons and sporting birkenstocks, while discussing sustainable feelings over a vegan burrito with extra quinoa and contrived sentiment.
The firearm community responded admirably to the Bumble attack on the Second Amendment, as the gun-friendly dating platform, Concealed Carry Match, was launched. The site touts that everyone is welcome, and there is absolutely no tolerance for anti-firearm interaction, as surely the paid activists from the extreme left are sure to create phony accounts to harass legitimate users. Another dating community attracting 2nd Amendment supporters, which was recently went live, is Pro-Gun Dating.
While the growth has slowed in the creation of online dating communities, a brief search engine experiment shows that there is literally something for everyone in the diverse array of downloadable apps, some of which would make Stormy Daniels blush. However, in the case of Bumble, which pawns itself off as a predominately heterosexual singles site, the continued veiled assault on the concept of the family unit and basic Constitutional rights, represents the great lengths that one group in this nation will go in transforming society into a putrid state of socialism and terror.
Read the Independent Journal Review story here.