Hillary Clinton Urges Her Voters to Sign Up for Former Adviser’s Media Platform ‘Verrit’

Hillary Clinton on Sunday endorsed a website targeted toward her 2016 presidential campaign supporters, created by former adviser Peter Daou.

“I’m excited to sign up for Verrit, a media platform for the 65.8 million!” Clinton tweeted on Sunday, referencing the 65.8 million people who voted for her during the 2016 presidential election. “Will you join me and sign up too?”

According to Recode, the platform, which was created by former Clinton adviser Peter Daou, “is his attempt to create an online hub for Clinton backers so that they can find easy-to-share facts, stats and other ‘information you can take out to social media when you’re having debates on key issues people are discussing.’”

“[Leela Daou] and I founded [Verrit] because Hillary Clinton’s voters – an inspiringly diverse coalition – are unrepresented in the media,” Daou unironically declared in a series of tweets. “[Verrit] is necessary because we need to talk about how misogyny, sexism, and racism plague our politics and impact our elections… [Verrit] is necessary because if you’re #StillWithHer, you endure constant harassment and bullying from the radical right and fringe left.”