Hillary Clinton’s Campaign App is a ‘Christmas Story’ Secret Decoder Pin

Hillary App (Screenshot / iTunes)
The just released ‘Hillary16’ campaign app is supposed to be the cornerstone of Clinton’s digital dominance over Donald Trump, but competing for “stars” to receive bot-driven personalized Clinton spam messages is like Ralfie in the Christmas Story trying to drink enough Ovaltine to receive a Secret Decoder Pin. One of the most iconic American movie scenes is Ralfie’s quest to drink gallons of Ovaltine to receive an Orphan Annie Secret Society Decoder Pin in the mail. But when Ralfie decodes his first message with the secret pin, he finds out that it’s a crummy commercial telling him to “Be Sure to Drink Your Ovaltine.” The Hillary16 Digital HQ App is now advertised on the iTunes Store as follows: The only thing standing between Donald Trump and the presidency is us. Download the new Hillary 2016 app to take small actions every day that’ll add up to helping win this election—and make history. Test your knowledge, get special access, and compete against your friends (and Hillary supporters across the country!) to do the most good. In this sort of “Pokémon Go to the Polls!” game, users compete to win “stars” to help Hillary Rodham Clinton get elected as President of the United