Democrats Scramble To Contain Third-Party Threat As Jill Stein Exposes DNC Job Listing

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) finds itself in hot water after Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein revealed a job listing for an “Independent & Third Party Project Manager,” seemingly aimed at undermining third-party candidates in the 2024 election. The revelation has sparked accusations of the DNC attempting to infiltrate and sabotage their competition, highlighting the growing concern among Democrats about the impact of third-party candidates on President Joe Biden’s re-election prospects.

Stein shared a screenshot of the now-deleted job posting on social media, questioning whether this was the DNC’s way of “saving democracy.” The job listing offered a salary of $65,000, and outlined responsibilities such as monitoring the campaign events of Stein, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Cornel West, as well as gathering intelligence on their ballot access progress, campaign activity and voter enthusiasm.

The DNC’s apparent efforts to contain the third-party threat come as recent polls show that in a five-way race, independent candidates like Kennedy Jr., West and Stein are drawing more support away from Biden than from his Republican challenger, former President Donald Trump. This has raised alarms within the Democratic Party, which has a history of blaming third-party candidates like Stein for their electoral losses.

Critics have accused the DNC of resorting to underhanded tactics to maintain their grip on power, raising questions about the party’s commitment to fair and democratic elections. As the 2024 race intensifies, the role of third-party candidates and the DNC’s apparent attempts to undermine them are likely to remain a contentious issue, with Stein’s revelation fueling further speculation about the lengths to which the Democrats are willing to go to secure victory.