Triggered Leftists Launch Safe Space Social Media Site For Hillary Voters Only

Leftists still triggered by the fact that America did not want Hillary Clinton to become the 45th President of the United States have launched a new social media platform designed “for the 65.8 million” who voted for the former Secretary of State.

The description for the site, Verrit, reads, “65,853,516 Americans voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016, giving her a decisive popular vote victory over Donald Trump. Clinton’s voters came from all backgrounds and political persuasions; some supported other candidates in the primaries; but all had common interests and aspirations, among them a repudiation of what Trump’s campaign stood for.”

It continues, “Hillary Clinton faced relentless vilification, imbalanced media coverage, and foreign propaganda, yet still attracted more votes than any presidential candidate in history except Barack Obama in 2008.”

“With the essence of American democracy at stake, 65.8 million people saw through the lies and smears and made a wise, patriotic choice. But they continue to be marginalized and harassed. Verrit’s purpose is to become their trusted source of political information and analysis; to provide them (and anyone like-minded) sanctuary in a chaotic media environment; to center their shared principles; and to do so with an unwavering commitment to truth and facts.”

Of course, the great irony of this entire thing is that Hillary voters – and leftists as a hole – go just about completely uncensored on every major social media site in existence.

Liberals can threaten to kill the President and encourage kids to add sex toys and condoms to their back-to-school lists without punishment but they still think they’re oppressed.

Verrit appears to have been organized by Democratic strategist Peter Daou.

His explanation for doing so is about as triggered as it gets.

Surprise! Hillary has gotten in on supporting Verrit as well.

The platform – and Hillary Clinton – has earned quite a bit of ridicule.

Source:
Verrit

 

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