White House says RNC using ‘dan­ger­ous con­spir­a­cy’ employ­ment lit­mus test

White House says RNC using ‘dangerous conspiracy’ employment litmus test

The White House indi­rect­ly con­demned the Repub­li­can Nation­al Com­mit­tee for report­ed­ly ask­ing prospec­tive employ­ees whether they con­sid­er the 2020 elec­tion to have been stolen.
As a point of com­par­i­son, press sec­re­tary Karine Jean-Pierre said Pres­i­dent Joe Biden stood with the rule of law.
Biden “believes in the need to respect the offi­cers who put their lives at risk on that day and to keep every­one safe,” accord­ing to Jean-Pierre.
“We saw what hap­pened on Jan. 6. Some of you cov­ered that,” she told reporters Wednes­day. “Our democ­ra­cy was under attack. We lost lives.”
“What we saw was because of the dan­ger­ous con­spir­a­cy the­o­ries,” she said. “The Trump admin­is­tra­tion itself cer­ti­fied that the 2020 elec­tion was the most secure in our his­to­ry, but yet, this is what we saw. So we’re going to con­tin­ue to stand with law enforce­ment. We’re going to con­tin­ue to fight for our democ­ra­cy.”