- The Washington Times - Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore on Tuesday launched a new website titled “TrumpiLeaks,” asking whistleblowers to come forward with damning information on the Trump administration.

Mr. Moore said TrumpiLeaks provides high-powered encryption technology “to enable courageous whistleblowers to privately communicate with me and my team.”

The documentarian is asking for anyone in government, law enforcement or the private sector “with knowledge of the crimes, lies and general misconduct committed” by President Trump to come forward.

“We’ve put together several tools you can use to securely send information and documents as well as photographs, video and/or audio recordings. While no form of digital communication is 100 percent secure, the tools we’re using at TrumpiLeaks provide the most secure technology possible to protect your anonymity,” Mr. Moore wrote in a letter published to his website. “I know this is risky. I knew we may get in trouble. But too much is at stake to play it safe. And along with the Founding Fathers, I’ve got your back.”

Mr. Moore, who correctly predicted the Republican president’s election win, has other anti-Trump projects in the works. His one-man Broadway show “The Terms of My Surrender,” billed as attempting to “bring down” the president, debuts for 12 weeks starting July 28.

He and producer Harvey Weinstein have also announced a new film, “Fahrenheit 11/9,” a reference to the day after Mr. Trump was elected, which reverses the title of Mr. Moore’s 2004 anti-George W. Bush film “Fahrenheit 9/11.”

Just before Mr. Trump’s election, Mr. Moore released a film called “Michael Moore in TrumpLand, which played in theaters for one day in October.

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