Allie Beth Stuckey (née Allie Simmons, born February 18, 1992) is an American journalist conservative commentator. She is known for her blog, "The Conservative Millennial." She is notable for creating a satirical video of her interviewing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and uploading it on CRTV.[📁]
Early Life & Education
Stuckey attended Furman University where she was a member of Kappa Delta. She made Dean's List all four years and gave the Commencement Speech at her graduation ceremony. Stuckey earned a degree in Communication Studies in 2014.
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. 
The Conservative Millennial
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 millennial 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?"
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Controversy)
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’ 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.
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.
In 2011, Allie met Timothy Stuckey in a CrossFit class. At the time, she was working as a fitness instructor in the gym, while he worked as a loans officer. The two clicked right away, began officially dating after one date, and got engaged after 6 months of dating. When asked what the rush was in their relationship, they simply replied that it felt right. 4 months after their engagement, on their 1-year anniversary of dating, the two were married in a small ceremony in front of friends and family.
Stuckey abstained from sex before marriage, saying that it was important to her to do. She had accepted a promise ring from her father at a young age and she did not want to break the abstinence vow she made to him and God.