Allie Stuckey Biography
Allie Stuckey Full Names Allie Beth Stuckey is an American journalist conservative commentator. Allie was born and raised in Dallas, Texas, in a conservative family. Captain of the girls’ Golf team, she was a competitive athlete right from her early days.
She was extremely outspoken about her opinions, and particularly her stance on pro-life. Allie has said that this stance stems from the fact that her older brother has Autism and experiences regular seizures but has still managed to live a normal life.
She couldn’t bear the thought of someone aborting a child who could grow up to live life as he does. Active in the social media world, she appears on Twitter under the handle of @ConservMillen and as of 2019, has over 75,000 followers.
Allie Stuckey Age
Born on February 18, 1992, Stuckey is originally from Dallas, Texas, and grew up in a conservative family.
Allie Stuckey Height
She stands at a fair height and has a fair Bodyweight to match Her height.
Allie Beth Stuckey Religion
Her exact Religion is Unknown Though it is Suspected She is a Christian.
Allie Stuckey Parents
Stuckey was born and raised in Dallas, Texas in a traditional family. Her real name is Allie Beth Simmons. However, she has not revealed her exact date of birth to the public but various sources state that she is 27 years old, as of 2019. Any further details about her parents and siblings are still unknown.
Allie Beth Stuckey Career
Early in her career, Allie Beth Stuckey was in PR and worked for Business Black Box and See.Spark.Go as well as was the Communications Manager for Pure Barre. Since then, Stuckey has frequently contributed to TheBlaze and is a guest commentator for Fox News and Fox Business.
In addition, Stuckey regularly speaks at colleges. In 2016, Stuckey started “The Conservative Millennial.” She began vlogging after being motivated by the “ridiculous state of American politics and culture.” The goal of the blog was to break the stereotypes of millennials being clueless and conservatives being out of touch. Her most popular blog posts include “Hey Feminists, Your Hypocrisy is Showing” and “So, You Wanna Call Trump?”
On July 23, 2018, Allie Beth Stuckey uploaded a satirical video of her interviewing New York congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. The footage was heavily edited from an interview Ocasio-Cortez did with PBS earlier that month. In the edited video, Stuckey asked Ocasio-Cortez if she had any knowledge about how the United States’ political system works and implied that Ocasio-Cortez thought Venezuela was in the Middle East.
Stuckey and CRTV received backlash for the video from other news publishers and commentators. Its particular criticism was that the video was not presented as satire until after the video went viral. The caption read:
Allie *grills* congressional hopeful and progressive it girl ‘Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s on her socialist agenda and knowledge of government … or lack thereof.
Later that day, Stuckey’s Facebook page (allieCRTV) received a blue verification checkmark. The video was viewed on the platform over 1 million times before the caption was updated for clarification. On July 24, 2018, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez also expressed her opinions on Allie Beth Stuckey’s video via Twitter.
Republicans are so scared of me that they’re faking videos and presenting them as real on Facebook because they can’t deal with reality anymore. Here’s one bonafide truth: Election Day is November 6th.
Allie Beth Stuckey Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between $100, 000 and $1 million.
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CRTV host Allie Beth Stuckey was booed at an event in Austin, Texas over the weekend for her take on the accusations against Brett Kavanaugh.
Speaking at The Texas Tribune Festival, she stated how she believed Kavanaugh’s credibility over that of his sexual misconduct accuser, Christine Blasey Ford.
“We’re supposed to unconditionally believe the woman? Why, because of her anatomy?” she asked rhetorically. “I think that’s unjust. I think it’s discriminatory and I don’t believe it.”
Her remarks were met with boos from the crowd, which largely disagreed with her opinion.
Allie Stuckey Conservative Millennial
Allie Stuckey, the “Conservative Millennial,” takes a break from hosting her hit podcast “Relatable” to confront the Leftover their destructive war on masculinity. In the new PragerU video “Make Men Masculine Again,” the CRTV host explains why “demonizing masculinity is not the solution, but the problem.”
“Rape, murder, war — they all have one thing in common: Men. Aggression, violence, ambition unchecked by conscience — all the stuff of ‘toxic masculinity,’ right?” she asks. “And, the solution is obvious: make men less toxic. Make men less masculine. Make men more like women. But I’m here to tell you that this way of thinking is not only wrong, it’s dangerous.”
“Here’s why: When you try to make men more like women, you don’t get less ‘toxic masculinity,’ you get more,” she says. “Because bad men don’t become good when they stop being men; they become good when they stop being bad. Aggression, violence, and unbridled ambition can’t be eliminated from the male psyche; they can only be harnessed. And when they are harnessed, they are tools for good, not for harm.”
Stuckey continues: “The same masculine traits that bring destruction also defeat tyranny. The traits that foster greed also build economies. The traits that drive men to take foolish risks also drive men to take heroic risks. The answer to toxic masculinity isn’t less masculinity; it’s better masculinity. And we know what that looks like. It’s a young man opening the door for a girl on their first date. It’s a father working long hours to provide for his family. It’s a soldier risking his life to defend his country.”
She emphasizes, “The growing problem in today’s society isn’t that men are too masculine; it’s that they’re not masculine enough.”
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