On this episode of Fast Thinking, Graham Brookie and Alyssa Kann of the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab dive into what we know about how disinformation and interference played out in the 2020 US election. While some have been quick to call out Iran and Russia for meddling in the race, Graham and Alyssa reveal that domestic sources of disinformation were actually the greater threat during this election cycle, and ongoing efforts to spread false information about illegitimate voting, invalid ballots, and electoral fraud have only compounded the problem. So what ultimately was the scale, scope, and impact of all these attempts? And what lessons can we apply to upcoming elections in the United States and around the world? Check out their answers!