Michael Moore, the famous US filmmaker and liberal activist, launched a website called "TrumpiLeaks" on Tuesday, to provide a secure channel for forwarding information about US President Donald Trump and his administration. "US patriots within the government, judicial or private sector that have any knowledge of criminal acts, exploitation of public trust, or any offenses committed by Donald J. Trump and his associates are required to excite on behalf of the United States Protection from Tyranny," Moore wrote in an open letter to Huffington Post.

The safest technology available

"I know it's risky, I know we can get into trouble, but too much is at the stake for sure," he added. Although no digital communication is absolutely safe, Moore said, he and his team have come up with the safest technology available to ensure anonymity of the source.

The "TrumpiLeaks" portal, posted on Michael Moore's website, was announced the day after the US Department of Justice reportedly arrested a 25-year-old foreign intelligence liaison officer accused of revealing confidential information about Russian interference in the US presidential election in 2016.

Trump called for a curbing of media information. Director of the famous documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11", in which he offered a critical look at George W.

Bush's presidential mandate and the wars that America conducted in Iraq and Afghanistan, Moore is a longtime fighter for liberal values and an open critic of Trump.

Big critic of the US health and banking system

Michael Moore describes himself as a liberal. He is known for criticizing globalization, the great corporation, weapons, the war in Iraq, the former US President George W.

Bush, the United States health, and banking system. After the London attack, Moore criticized the US gun control system once more. "We accept it as normal that another 93 Americans will die today due to the 330 million guns in our homes. Nonetheless, our hearts go out to those families who lost loved ones in the U.K. Thank God the death toll wasn't higher because all the terrorists could get their hands on in London on Saturday were a few knives and a white Renault van."

Time Magazine declared him one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2005.

His glory was provided by the 1989 documentary "Roger and I" about his native city of Flint in the Federal State of Michigan and Bowling for Columbine in 2002. He is currently working on a new documentary about the US presidential elections 2016.