Verrit: A Digital Safe Space for the Perpetually Bereaved

Hillary fan-boy Peter Daou has created a social media platform exclusively for the 65.8 million who voted for the losing candidate Hillary Clinton. It’s called Verrit.

And I’d like the think of it as a safe space for the perpetually bereaved.

Apparently Daou believes that Hillary supporters have no support in social media — none.

I guess having Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and every major news outlet on Hillary’s side isn’t enough of a social media safe space for this guy.

Yes, you read that right.

Daou actually believes Hillary Clinton and her supporters are “unrepresented in the media.”

I haven’t seen denial this deep since the Flat-Earth Society.

If you ask me, Verrit sounds more like digital group therapy for the folks who have yet to work their way through the five stages of grief.

Perhaps a better name for it would have been “Bubble.”

After all, the entire Clinton campaign spent all of 2016 nestled in a bubble. It shouldn’t be at all surprising that they want to create their own exclusive social media platform in which to hide from those icky Deplorables.

But you’d have to be all kinds of insane to think that butt-hurt Leftists who can’t come to grips with Hillary’s loss are “unrepresented in the media.”

Have they never heard of CNN?

And speaking of the perpetually bereaved. Hillary Clinton herself was quick to hop aboard Bubble Verrit.

Do you remember one of the things Hillary said quite a bit on the campaign trail? She was running to be the President of all Americans.

Remember that?

But now that she lost, Hillary wasted no time hopping on board a social media platform that excludes everyone except the people who voted for her.

Let’s face it. In the end, Hillary Clinton always reveals her true nature.

Now, if Hillary and her supporters retreated to Verrit and abandoned every other social media platform out there, I would call it a win for our side.

But you know that’s not gonna happen.

So what on earth is the point of Verrit?

Well, we all know the answer.

They need a segregated safe space — free of opposing views — where they can wallow in their anger and grief over Hillary’s humiliating loss.

But go ahead, Pete. Take your marbles – what few you have left – and retreat to your digital safe space.

Share a good cry with your fellow Hillary devotees.

And maybe by Trump’s inauguration in January 2021, you will have come to grips with Hillary’s loss in 2016.

But something tells me that won’t be the case.

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8 thoughts on “Verrit: A Digital Safe Space for the Perpetually Bereaved

  • September 4, 2017 at 6:39 pm
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    Verrit was hacked early this morning.

    • September 4, 2017 at 6:48 pm
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      Yeah. A DDoS attack. That happened to me 3 times this winter. I now have to pay big bucks for security to prevent them. I guess the Hillary Safe Space people didn’t think they needed it.

  • September 4, 2017 at 9:40 pm
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    Dianny, they won’t come to grips with Hillary’s loss until they can no longer prop up her dessicated corpse and fool the sheeple into voting for her.

  • September 4, 2017 at 10:23 pm
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    They needed a place they could all go so they can say, “How is Trump President? Nobody here voted for him!”

  • September 4, 2017 at 11:15 pm
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    A site were Trump haters can post and talk how much they hate Trump. In my day we called that CNN.
    What a total pile of fecal matter.

  • September 5, 2017 at 12:32 pm
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    I smell new grassroots campaign headquarters!
    Please make it so!
    3-time loser has a nice ring to it!

  • September 5, 2017 at 1:24 pm
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    I so love looking at those crying snowflakes. Makes me tingle all over!

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