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Michael Moore launches 'Trumpileaks' website for whistleblowers
Michael Moore is starting a new secure website called "Trumpileaks" for whistleblowers to share information from the Trump administration.
The website, which features encrypted messaging apps like Signal and Peerio, offers instructions to leakers for sending information digitally or through the mail.
Moore wrote in a letter on the site that it is a "patriotic duty" to leak information coming out of the White House.
"From the time you opened this letter to the time you get to the bottom of it, there's a decent chance that our President will have violated the constitution, obstructed justice, lied to the American people, encouraged or supported acts of violence, or committed some horrible mistake that would've ended any other politician's career (or sent you or I to jail). And just like all the times he's done so in the past, he will get away with it," Moore wrote.
Moore's website comes one day after a government contractor was charged with leaking classified information to a news outlet. Reality Leigh Winner reportedly sent a top-secret National Security Agency document to The Intercept that alleged Russian military intelligence launched a 2016 cyberattack on a voting software company.
The documentary filmmaker has been an outspoken critic of President Trump and is working on a new documentary, "Fahrenheit 11/9," about the Trump administration.