TimeToResign.com

Comey-spy

TimeToResign.com is a campaign calling on FBI Director James Comey to resign.

11 days before the US presidential election, the FBI violated its own rules and meddled in the election by launching yet another inquiry into Hillary Clinton based on spurious evidence. With one week to go, they did it again, publishing records from a 15-year-old investigation of Bill Clinton. Yet, the FBI refuses to release anything about Donald Trump’s housing discrimination case or his campaign’s alleged ties to Russia. Whether FBI Director James Comey is a political partisan, or has simply lost control of a rogue FBI, the American people have lost faith in an agency that now appears to be little more than an arm of the Republican party. The FBI needs to clean house, starting with its own Director. Join the TimeToResign.com campaign - tell James Comey it's time to resign.

TimeToResign.com is a project of AMERICAblog's John Aravosis and communications strategist Alan Klein. Contact us at: Info@TimeToResign.com

Our Team

John Aravosis

John Aravosis is a seasoned digital marketing strategist who, more than 20 years ago, was one of the first social entrepreneurs to incorporate a far-reaching Internet presence into public policy analysis and advocacy.

In 1995, Aravosis created one of the first online grassroots networks for the Children’s Defense Fund; and then started his own political Internet consulting business in 1997, with non-profit, government and private sector clients in the US and abroad. Aravosis has created and managed successful online advocacy campaigns targeting a variety of major corporations and politicians, including Microsoft, Ford, AOL, Paramount, Barilla, the White House, Pentagon, and a variety of foreign governments.

Aravosis’ media experience includes serving as the Economist's first correspondent covering the Internet and society; and then launching his own online media company, AMERICAblog, called recommended-reading by the New York Times, Rolling Stone and PC Magazine. The Washingtonian magazine's annual “50 Best Journalists” issue listed Aravosis alongside CNN's Jake Tapper as one of “journalism’s rising stars." Aravosis has appeared on the O’Reilly Factor, Hardball, Larry King Live, CNN’s Reliable Sources, Nightline, World News Tonight, and the BBC. Aravosis has also been honored by the Advocate magazine as one of the 50 most powerful gay people in America, and was twice chosen to be included in the “Out 100” as one of the most compelling LGBT people of the year.

Originally from Chicago, Aravosis received a joint Juris Doctor and Master’s in Foreign Service from Georgetown University. He went on to work in the U.S. Senate, the World Bank and ran digital strategy for the United Nations Development Programme. Aravosis speak five languages, and has done work in Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Alan Klein

Alan Klein has three decades’ experience in being a leader in strategic communications at the vanguard of political and social change.

Klein, a native New Yorker, was a founding member of the AIDS activist group ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power), and he co-founded the LGBT rights organization Queer Nation. By combining innovative digital and traditional communications strategies with headline-grabbing activist savvy, Klein obtains high-profile results for his clients.

Klein co-founded one of the nation’s first public relations firms to cater to LGBT and social justice clients. He has provided strategic communications services to some of the nation’s most notable nonprofits and corporations, including AT&T, Rolling Stone, HBO, Comedy Central, Natural Resources Defense Council, Housing Works, Lambda Legal, and GMHC. Klein has galvanized public opinion by placing cutting-edge issues on front pages and in primetime.

Klein served as the first national communications director and spokesperson for the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD). He played a pivotal role in Ellen DeGeneres’ coming out, and subsequent media frenzy, by helping to orchestrate international coverage. He also brought the crisis of anti-LGBT violence to national attention by co-creating and co-producing “The Anti-Violence Campaign,” the first-ever anti-gay violence television ad campaign, chaired by celebrities including Susan Sarandon, John Waters, Harvey Fierstein and Lou Reed.

Most recently, Klein helped to raise awareness of the plight of LGBT Russians suffering under Vladimir Putin’s regime, transforming a little-known injustice into a global controversy by securing national and international media coverage. Following the massacre earlier this year at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, Klein worked with a variety of LGBT grassroots and gun safety organizations to organize vigils and protests, and provide media outreach as a campaign spokesperson.