Eduardo Gamarra is a politics and international relations professor at Florida International University. He is also the director of the school’s Latino Public Opinion Forum.
Mark Fenster is a law professor at the University of Florida. He wrote Conspiracy Theories: Secrecy and Power in American Culture and The Transparency Fix: Secrets, Leaks, and Uncontrollable Government Information.
Adam M. Enders is a political science professor at the University of Louisville. He studies conspiracy beliefs, political polarization and misinformation.
Angelo Carusone is the president and CEO of Media Matters for America. The progressive research nonprofit analyzes conservative misinformation in the media. The group is monitoring QAnon support among politicians.
James Broderick is an English professor at New Jersey City University and co-author of Web of Conspiracy: A Guide to Conspiracy Theory Sites on the Internet.
Jason Shelton is an associate professor of sociology and anthropology at the University of Texas at Arlington. His research interests include religious affiliations and politics in the Black church.
Philip Schwadel is a sociology professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He studies religion and politics and recently wrote about the politics of the religious nones.
Robb Ryerse is the political organizer for Vote Common Good, an organization trying to mobilize religious people to vote in order to stop President Donald Trump’s reelection.
Michele F. Margolis is an associate professor of political science at University of Pennsylvania. She wrote “From Politics to the Pews: How Partisanship and the Political Environment Shape Religious Identity.”