(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Caitlin Berg, a TikTok leftist, admitted to using a conservative-leaning dating application to gather and send to the FBI information regarding her love interests’ attendance of the J6 rally.
Berg claimed that she fabricated a “yeehaw’d version” of herself in order to secure an invite to the app, The Right Stuff, which allows only vetted members, the Daily Mail reported.
She claimed that her initial aim was to talk to Republican men about sex in order to “scare them.”
But her plan soon evolved into something quite different, when she discovered a large contingency of men who attended the J6 rally on the application.
“There were so many men on that app who were at January 6 and had pictures of it that I started screen-shotting their profiles, matching, asking their last name, and then sending their information to the FBI,” she said.
Berg admitted to sending the information of “7 or 8 guys” to the FBI. She used the name “Keightlynne Brandy” on her profile, joining the application by pretending to be a conservative.
“I just joined from NYC, but I don’t have any friends on the app and can’t get referred,” Berg wrote in her initial application email. “As a new New Yorker, I would love the chance to meet like-minded individuals in such a liberal city.”
“Brandy,” who later described the men on the application as “rodents from the depths of hell,” was given a code and permission to access the application soon thereafter.
When asked about Berg’s infiltration, the app’s co-founder, Dan Huff, who began the company with Ryann McEnany, sister of former White House press secretary Kayleigh MacEnany, noted that the application is under siege from the Left.
“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.”