Hillary Clinton-endorsed Verrit is here, but no one knows why

Hillary Clinton-endorsed site Verrit is here to bring us into our authenticated future, if we can figure out why it exists.
September 7, 2017, 3:10pm
Hillary Clinton-endorsed site Verrit is here to bring us into our authenticated future, if we can figure out why it exists.

The internet is already full of websites with pretty specific purposes — Instagram for photos, Twitter for shouting at airline companies, Pinterest for planning your wedding (even if you’re single).

Now, thanks to a former Hillary Clinton adviser, we have Verrit, a site for political flashcards. Billing itself as “media for the 65.8 million,” each of the flashcards on Verrit’s website has its own seven-digit authentication number, which seem to exist solely to differentiate them from the multitude of fake “verrits” which the site’s founders expected. And the internet certainly didn’t disappoint.

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