Michael Moore launches a secure website for Trump administration whistleblowers

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Michael Moore.

Michael Moore is at it again. 

On the heels of the announcement last month that the
Oscar-winning filmmaker is in production on a
documentary about President Donald Trump
that promises to
“dissolve” his presidency, Moore has now created TrumpiLeaks.

Existing on his personal website, MichaelMoore.com, TrumpiLeaks is a
secure section where Trump whistleblowers are welcome to
send information to the filmmaker.

“Patriotic Americans in government, law enforcement, or the
private sector with knowledge of the crimes, lies, and general
misconduct committed by Donald J. Trump and his associates are
encouraged to blow the whistle in the name of protecting the
United States of America from tyranny,” the site reads.

The site features encrypted messaging apps like Signal and
Peerio, gives instructions on how to send Moore information
through encrypted email, and also provides a P.O. Box address.

Moore launched the site the day after
news broke
that the FBI arrested 25-year-old federal
contractor Reality Leigh Winner on charges involving
the leak of a top-secret National Security Agency document
The Intercept
that detailed a Russian hacking operation targeting US
voting systems.