When asked on Monday during a press conference about whether the Biden administration would support efforts similar to that of MLB against voting reform bills at the State level, her answer made clear that it wouldn't be ruled out.
"When asked about the Georgia boycott, Biden's Press Secretary Jen Psaki suggests that similar 'efforts' will continue."
"[Biden] likes to say, 'the words of a president matter.' He said he would strongly support if players and the league want to do that. And they did it," stated Fox News's Peter Doocy.
Doocy then asked Psaki, "Does [Pres. Biden] think that the PGA should move the Masters' Tournament, which begins this week, out of Georgia?"
Psaki answered, "I'm not here to call for anyone on behalf, of the president or the vice-president or anyone, to take steps in reaction to the law in Georgia."
"The president was asked a direct question, and the context of the question was also around the league meeting to discuss this exact issue. And he answered the question."
"If they got together .... and talked about not participating, is that something he would strongly support?"
"I'm sure you will ask me or the President ... that question," was the reply.
Psaki continued, "But our focus is on doing what we can to advocate for making voter ... voting ... easier. And more accessible ... around the country. And that's where our efforts are going to be from the White House."