Trump's allies aren't just boosting already existing disinformation, they're inspiring the creation of new narratives to poison the public discourse.
Last week she was part of Trump's "elite strike force." Now she's "practicing law on her own."
One in 20 tweets about the election now come from a QAnon account.
Partly because Twitter knows the new feature has the potential to be a misinformation nightmare.
He spent the weekend boosting the theory about rigged voting machines, and Monday morning screaming that he won the election he lost.
We spoke to Marcus Gilroy-Ware, author of a new book that examines how we're always being conspired against –
Ahead of the election, a glut of QAnon candidates led some to fear a so-called “Qaucus” could take shape in Congress.
Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene is the first candidate who has openly supported QAnon to reach Congress.
A new report from Hope not Hate shows a worrying rise in support for the QAnon conspiracy theory.