Rising conservative star, Allie Stuckey – whom virtually no one has heard of – was chosen as the new chairwoman of the Young Women’s Diaper Training Leadership Summit, at this year’s CPAC this past March.
Stuckey, 26, is the host of Blaze TV’s Relatable, a podcast show that blends news, culture, and politics with a right wing perspective, because it’s a fact written in stone, that the liberal media is just too biased and discriminates unfairly against conservatives who can never get a fair shake, despite the fact that conservative voices dominate the news media, print, and radio.
When not producing videos for Blaze TV, the conservative pundit can be found traveling the university circuit whining about liberal intolerance on college campuses, never bothering to mention the fact that the universities where TPUSA has influence, regularly target liberal instructors for harassment by placing them on watch lists, which in some cases may include their personal information.
Shortly after that she started the blog The Conservative Millennial, which was later changed to The Conservative Diaper Wearing Millennial on the advise of close friend Charlie Kirk. Kirk was responsible for spear heading the infamous and disastrous 2017 Kent State diaper wearing fiasco that attempted to portray college liberals as the real snowflakes, but had the opposite reaction, virtually destroying the conservative group’s reputation. Kirk convinced Stucky that the best way to own smug liberals is to wear diapers.
“At first I thought Charlie was out of his mind,” the conservative diaper wearing millennial told The Journal. “The libs were laughing at him and making so much fun of him that I felt bad for him, and I thought no way! I want no part of this! But then after the ridicule began to wear off, and he continued to wear diapers, refusing to let them intimidate him, I thought, hmmm, he might be onto something here. I mean, the whole protest was to show that liberals are the real babies anyway, right? So, what better way to prove it than by wearing diapers. Eventually they would see it our way, that liberals are the diaper wearing babies, not conservatives. Some of my friends and colleagues think that I’m proving just the opposite, but I’m convinced that Charlie is right. If we continue wearing diapers long enough, people will eventually come to see that it’s liberals who are the real snowflakes. We may literally wear diapers, but it’s really metaphorical. So I changed the name of my blog, and decided that I would become a lifetime, diaper wearing member of TPUSA. And I’m thrilled and honored to be chosen as chairwoman of The Young Women’s Diaper Wearing Leadership Committee. I can’t wait to get out there and tell, and show, conservatives that the best way to own the libs is by wearing a great pair of diapers, and I owe it all to Charlie. Thanks Charlie!”
These days, in addition to whining about liberal intolerance, Stuckey speaks to college millennials on the importance of wearing diapers to own the smug libs. So far the tour has been successful. The chapter has well over five thousand diaper wearing converts on an estimated four hundred campuses nation wide.
“Allie is such an inspiration, not only to conservative women, but diaper wearing conservative millennials all over America, ” Charlie Kirk said. “And she’s my personal hero. She’s proving to conservatives that she’s dedicated to fighting liberal bias and intolerance on college campuses, and she’s not afraid to wear diapers to do it.”
Stuckey says she was so inspired by Charlie Kirk’s book , Wear A Diaper, Own A Lib, that she is in the process of writing a book of her own on the subject, which will be released next Spring, titled My Experiences As A Conservative Diaper Wearing Millennial. She is also working on a second book with Charlie Kirk, How I Became A Conservative Diaper Wearing Millennial For TPUSA.