Presidential candidate Jill Stein slams DNC for posting and eliminating 'Third Party Project Manager' position

Longshot Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein blasted the Democratic National Committee for placing and then removing a job monitoring third-party candidates.

“Wow. @TheDemocrats posted – then deleted – a job for a 'third party project manager' to infiltrate their competition and find ways to get us off the ballot,” Stein wrote on Twitter. Friday. “Is this how they 'save democracy'?”

Fox News Digital tried to click on the job posting on LinkedIn, but it was no longer active as of Sunday.

A screenshot for the “Independent & Third Party Project Manager” job posting shared by Stein lists the responsibilities as “gathering on-site information to inform our overall landscape assessment of independent and third-party candidates.”

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This on-site meeting will include briefing the DNC on the progress of the ballot measures and campaign activity, the strength of the organization, and the enthusiasm of voters and the grassroots, as well as identifying and activating leaders and supporters in the state for four current and future program priorities.

Future managers will want to track the campaign events of outside candidates such as Stein, as well as Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Cornel West to monitor and 'report on campaign activities'.

FILE: Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein waits to speak at a news conference on Fifth Avenue, across from Trump Tower, on December 5, 2016 in New York City.

Fox News Digital has reached out to the DNC for comment on the job posting and Stein's tweet.

A physician and climate change advocate, Stein announced last November her bid to seek the Green Party's nomination for the 2024 presidential election.

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Stein's 2016 presidential bid was criticized by some Democrats who claimed she siphoned valuable votes away from Hillary Clinton. Stein received 1.07% of the vote in 2016 and 0.36% of the vote in 2012.

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