Kim Dotcom is again sounding off against the White House, and this time he’s using more than his questionable singing voice. Dotcom, the mercurial Megaupload founder who released a song last week where he both criticized the Obama administration for its ties to Hollywood and compared himself to Martin Luther King, Jr., is escalating his attacks on the White House with the launch of the Kim.com website.
The new website features the music video to the aforementioned song, “Mr. President,” as well as a fact sheet informing readers about details of the government’s case against Megaupload, a video interview with Dotcom and a sign-up sheet for users who want to receive notices on campaign actions. The site also features a picture of the White House with a flag featuring the symbol of the Motion Picture Association of America flying overhead, symbolizing Hollywood’s alleged dominance of the American government.