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Of the 100 most retweeted tweets about Ukraine posted by GOP candidates for the House since August, roughly 90% opposed continued support for Ukraine. Though much of that messaging plays to simple pocketbook concerns – essentially saying, ‘Why are we supporting Ukraine when Americans are struggling to pay their bills?’ – there is also a strain of anti-Ukrainian disinformation that colors some of their commentary.”

Disinformation

When the war crimes in Bucha came to light, we searched for 'Bucha' every day. Initially, links to websites debunking Russian propaganda appeared, but they suddenly disappeared from the list. Then you only got links to general information about Bucha or Instagram pages."”

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Disinformation Elections

If they lose, that just reaffirms beliefs that the whole thing is rigged. And if they win, you have people running elections who have pretty wild thoughts about how elections should be run.”

Disinformation Elections

We tend to think of election day as the peak event for disinformation. But for the past two election cycles, the most problematic narratives tend to take hold in the days after the election — especially if the vote counting stretches over a period of days/weeks.”

Disinformation Elections

While I think yesterday’s election was smoothly conducted, nobody should assume that those forces, including the former U.S. president, seeking to subvert elections are going away.”

Disinformation Elections

People were looking for things to go wrong to prove their preconceived notions that the election was rigged. And there are always things that go wrong.”

Disinformation Elections

Absence of information is a very bad thing around elections, because it's very quickly filled by others, often with a very specific agenda.”

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