Allie Beth Stuckey Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, Podcast, Salary and Net worth

Allie Beth Stuckey
Allie Beth Stuckey

Allie Beth Stuckey Biography

Allie Beth Stuckey is an American journalist, she is a  conservative commentator and has a podcast Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey. She is known for testifying in support of the Trump administration’s anti-abortion policies in front of congress.

Allie Beth Stuckey Career

In Athens, Georgia, Stuckey worked as a publicist and social media strategist. She began speaking to college students about the significance of voting while working as a publicist in Georgia, and in 2016, she created a blog on Facebook called The Conservative Millennial.

She became a contributor to TheBlaze in 2017 and began appearing as a guest on Fox News and Fox Business News, as well as speaking on college campuses, Republican organizations, and companies about the necessity of engaging young people. She departed The Blaze in late 2017 to create a Conservative Review TV-distributed podcast (CRTV).

With CRTV, Stuckey began her podcast Relatable in March 2018. BlazeTV, which now distributes Relatable, amalgamated with CRTV and TheBlaze in 2019.

Stuckey posted a video on her CRTV Facebook page in July 2018 depicting a satirical interview with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in which the lawmaker appeared to provide weird replies to the questions Stuckey posed.  The video merged Ocasio-comments Cortez’s as responses to Stuckey’s questions using manipulated footage from an interview Ocasio-Cortez had previously done on the PBS show Firing Line.

The video went viral, prompting many to dismiss it as a scam. “If you have to do research to find out that a film that clearly ludicrous is satirical, you shouldn’t be on the Internet,” Stuckey wrote on her Twitter profile in response to the outrage.

“A lot of folks on the left just can’t take someone on the right making a joke,” Stuckey said, adding that “the only humor that is now protected is humor that is against conservatives or against President Trump.” Stuckey spoke at Congressman Dan Crenshaw’s inaugural Youth Summit in Houston in September 2019.

Stuckey appeared as an expert witness before the House of Representatives on the issue of abortion in Missouri at a hearing titled “Examining State Efforts to Undermine Access to Reproductive Care” held by the House Committee on Oversight and Reform on November 14, 2019. For the Republicans, Stuckey was the only witness that testified.

Allie Beth Stuckey Salary

Stuckey receives an annual salary of $ 90,000.

Allie Beth Stuckey Net worth

Stuckey has an estimated net worth ranging between $ 1 million- $ 5 million.

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Allie Beth Stuckey Age

Stuckey is 31 years old as of 2021. She was born on February 18, 1992 in Dallas, Texas.

Allie Beth Stuckey Height

Stuckey stands at a height of 5 feet 3 inches tall.

Allie Beth Stuckey Family

Stuckey was born to Ron Simons her father.

Allie Beth Stuckey Husband

Stuckey is married Timothy Stuckey, the two got married in Athens, Georgia, on September 6, 2015. The couple have 2 children together.

Allie Beth Stuckey Podcast

Stuckey hosts the Blaze Media podcast “Relatable,” in which she discusses theological, cultural, and political topics from a conservative, Reformed standpoint. Stuckey travels the country speaking to college students, Republican groups, Christian ministries, and companies about the significance of biblical and conservative values. She also contributes to Fox News on a regular basis.

Allie Beth Stuckey Articles

Thread by @conservmillen on Thread Reader App
Disparities don’t automatically = discrimination. @DavidAFrench If they do, then is discrimination also to blame for an Asian median income that’s higher than whites’? You only compare white vs.
You’re Not Perfect The Way You Are (And That’s Okay)
These are what I call personality-building years. The cuteness that helped us get our way has faded, and we’re forced to develop a sense of humor to make friends and cope with the awkwardness of life. As girls, we start to want to do things that make us feel older, like wearing makeup or shaving our legs. For me, one of those things was getting my eyebrows waxed. I really wanted to, but my mom wouldn’t let me. She said I didn’t need it, and she was right.

Book excerpt: Allie Beth Stuckey on morality defined by the mob

 You’re Not Enough (And That’s Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love by Allie Beth Stuckey published by Portfolio, an imprint of The Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House, LLC.


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