Roger Stone’s whole career has been predicated on slinging farcical mud wherever he could, hoping it would stick. In Alex Jones and Donald Trump, he found the glue he needed.
By Libby Cohen
The biggest account to ever post about QAnon before the world had heard about it was Donald Trump. It came weeks after it began. No one even noticed.
By Mike Rothschild
In 2016, the Gateway Pundit was widely successful in spamming lies about Hillary Clinton across the internet. In 2020, they almost repeated the feat with Hunter Biden.
By Claire Goforth
The events of the past month show the inherent dangers of misinformation at home. But on the other side of world, Telegram is working to make matters much, much worse.
By Jordan Wildon
No one online has been more successful in stirring up the antifa boogeyman. And even though his stories have been discredited, they nonethless were plopped into Trump’s lap.
By Eric Levai
Facing a pandemic, a sputtering economy, and a radicalized opposition, President-elect Joe Biden faces an almost insurmountable challenge. And “Build Back Better” conpiracies are attempting to make his effort to fix problems utterly impossible.
By Colleen Hagerty
It’s hard to stand out among the Trumps for spewing disinformation, but in the 2020 election, Eric Trump found a way to rise above. And his actions had deadly consequences.
By Mikael Thalen
Trump’s team has deep ties to the insurrectionists, white nationalists, and fascists who stormed the Capitol. Those ties go back to the beginning of his ascension.
By Alex Thomas