'Survivor' Contestant Worked as Undercover 'Honey Pot' Targeting Dems - 2021-07-11

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F375.png 'Survivor' Contestant Worked as Undercover 'Honey Pot' Targeting Dems July 11, 2021, Will Sommer, Daily Beast

Hope Higgins wasn't real. Instead, the woman Kolenc knew as Hope was Anna Khait—a one-time Survivor contestant working under that alias for O'Keefe's Project Veritas.

"It took a toll on my mental health," Kolenc said. "It made me less trusting of people."

Interviews with Kolenc and another man who says he was targeted by Khait, along with emails and text messages reviewed by The Daily Beast, reveal more details about both her years-long work as an undercover operative and the tactics employed by right-wing activists. As recently as April, Khait worked for a new incognito conservative operation that is separate from Project Veritas but deploys some of its same strategies—and, in the case of Khait, its personnel.

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