The internet is already full of websites with pretty specific purpose: Instagram is for photos and Twitter is for shouting at airline companies.
Now, thanks to a former Hillary Clinton advisor, 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 only exist in order 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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