Started in 2020 by Jayme Chandler Franklin and Isabelle Redfield, The Conservateur gives readers advice on styling and living a conservative life, specifically of values similar to that of former president Donald Trump.
In a recent interview with POLITICO, co-founder Franklin said she started The Conservateur because she felt there was an empty market for conservative fashion-loving people.
"The stuff they were writing in these magazines, whether it was BLM or a lot of pretty far left social advice, it didn’t reflect my values,” Franklin told POLITICO. “They do a ton of headlines that are outrageous — sex this, sex that, I had an orgy with seven guys.”
\u201cSelf-parody at its best.\nhttps://t.co/tr6LguUPFG\u201d
"Individuals who received degrees in Art and Gender Studies will have financial relief partially because blue-collar workers in the Rust Belt are helping to foot the bill. Where’s the fairness in that?" Brytin Staab wrote in the piece.
The sentiment echos much of what Trump said in a statement on Truth Social after Biden announced his plan.
"Just like I predicted, it’s coming right out of the pocket of the working-class Americans who are struggling the most!" Trump wrote. "Crippling inflation, unaffordable energy prices, and WAR — all things that should never have happened."
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