The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) will use its “rumor control” website to counter disinformation and misinformation during future elections despite the site’s role in former President Trump ousting several of the agency’s top officials in 2020.

CISA Director Jen Easterly made the announcement Wednesday, noting her concern around misleading election claims and saying the site would be one of the efforts to combat disinformation and misinformation that the agency is pursuing ahead of next year’s midterm elections.

“So rumor control, when I looked at this as a private citizen, I saw what CISA was doing, which is really making sure that the American people have the facts that they need,” Easterly said during a keynote at the Aspen Institute’s Cyber Summit. “I worry a lot about misinformation and disinformation as a citizen, but also as a mom.”