“Always Down For A Good Time!”: Trump-Loving GOP Congressman Buried In Mockery And Shame Over His Tinder Profile Lies

Well, that was SUPER embarrassing!

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One Trump-loving Republican House Rep. and 2024 candidate told a tall tale on his Tinder profile and Americans are brutally busting him over him.

Pennsylvania State Rep. Ryan Mackenzie attempted to shave more than a few years off his age when he was messaging women on the highly popular dating app, Tinder, back in March of 2020, telling his prospective dates that he was a cool 29 years old when, in reality, he was clocking in nearly a decade older, at 37 years old, according to new reporting from The Daily Mail. 

In screenshots of his Tinder profile obtained by the British entertainment tabloid, Mackenzie wrote on his dating profile, “Always down for a good time! Outgoing, funny and enjoy traveling, skiing, trying new restaurants and getting drinks with friends.”

Mackenzie, who was born August 3, 1982, according to his House biography, has since moved on from his Tinder days and married his wife Chloe, who he now shares a young son with. In comments to The Daily Mail following their publication of the Tinder lies story, a spokesperson for the Mackenzie campaign told the tabloid that Ryan was “neither married nor engaged” when his Tinder profile was active.

Mackenize comes from a family of Trump-loving politicians, with his mother, state Rep. Milou Mackenzie, serving in the PA state legislature since 2020 and expressed her support for Donald Trump’s efforts to overthrow his humiliating loss at every opportunity she got. Ryan himself has served as a representative of the state since 2012, with a 2018 loss in between, and was appointed to serve on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Local Government Advisory Committee and as a commissioner on the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships by then-President Donald Trump.

On the topic of Trump’s 2020 election loss and subsequent attempts to overthrow a United States presidential election, Mackenzie said: “Donald Trump had the right to make that challenge and offer those claims. When it was not proven in the court of law then, that’s kind of the end of those claims, but you do have a right.”

You can read the full report from The Daily Mail here.

Featured image via State Rep. Ryan Mackenzie (repmackenzie.com)

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