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Leftist ideologue claims she successfully sabotaged right-wing dating site, having catfished then reported users to FBI
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Leftist ideologue claims she successfully sabotaged right-wing dating site, having catfished then reported users to FBI

The prospect of a popular right-wing dating app where like-minded people could meet up so enraged one leftist, she donned a false persona and set about the ruin of the men thereon seeking love.

Caitlin Berg claimed on TikTok that she found her way onto the invite-only app, the Right Stuff, by playing a "yeehaw'd version" of herself, reported the Daily Mail.

The Right Stuff touts itself as an app whereon conservatives can "connect in authentic and meaningful ways."

"Other dating apps have gone woke," says the company's site. "We bring people together with shared values and similar passions."

The app was founded by John McEntee, who served as a personal aide to former President Donald Trump, and Daniel Huff, a Trump appointee in the Department of Housing and Urban Development, reported The Hill.

PayPal co-founded and invested $1.5 million into the app, which launched in late 2022.

Users must agree not to "use information gleaned in whole or in part from the Service to harm the reputation of or cast unwanted publicity upon any other user" and not to "misrepresent your identity, age, current or previous positions, qualifications, or affiliations with a person or entity."

Berg, who in recent days has made her personal site private and ostensibly deleted her socials (including her TikTok), explained in a now-deleted TikTok video, that she had called herself Keightlynne Brandy and sent a message to the Right Stuff saying, "I just joined from NYC, but I don't have any friends on the app and can't get referred. ... As a new New Yorker, I would love the chance to meet like-minded individuals in such a liberal city."

The company provided Berg with an access code just hours later, which she used to connect with various unsuspecting individuals who had, unlike "Keightlynne Brandy," provided accurate identifying information.

The scammer used dehumanizing language to describe the individuals she encountered on the app, calling men "rodents from the depths of hell."

The Daily Mail noted that Berg's mission evolved beyond denigrating strangers after she realized that some among those looking for human connections on the app were individuals who had been at the Jan. 6, 2021, protest at the U.S. Capitol building.

Berg revealed to her TikTok followers that she began doing pro-bono snitching on behalf of the state.

She reportedly took screenshots of self-identified Jan. 6 protesters' profiles, corroborated their identities with the Instagram or LinkedIn accounts she had them link her to, then provided their information to the FBI.

One of the dating app's profile prompts, used to help characterize users for prospective suitors, appears to have made easy work for Berg's snitching.

Shawn McCreesh of New York Magazine, noted that "January 6th was ... ," "Favorite liberal lie ... ," and "Biggest risk I've ever taken ..." were among the prompts.

Some on Twitter were skeptical around of the app's launch, with one suggesting in September 2022, "This has got to be an FBI dragnet."

In October, liberal TikToker Cheyenne Hunt ridiculed a user who indicated the app might be a honeypot after he had been contacted by the FBI after using the app for "hardly an evening."

Dan Huff, the app's co-founder, told the Mail, "Leftists are attacking our app because it’s taken off in recent months. Their lives are miserable, and they can’t stand to see other people happy."

Berg indicated in a 2021 blog post that she supported then-candidates Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in 2020, looked forward to "progressive policy making," and was previously "inspired by Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign."

The dating app scammer also admitted to having been "radicalized" and failing at a career in politics only to "pursue comedy and theatre production full time."

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Joseph MacKinnon

Joseph MacKinnon

Joseph MacKinnon is a staff writer for Blaze News.
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