Democrats got one dire warning about Kamala Harris that put them in this awful spot

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Democrats are facing some tough decisions about what to do with their Presidential ticket.

One wrong move could cost the party dearly in the election. 

And Democrats got one dire warning about Kamala Harris that put them in this awful spot.

Democrats searching for an alternative to Joe Biden

Democrats are scrambling to find an alternative to President Joe Biden after he glitched and fumbled his way through the first Presidential debate.

The knives are out for Biden as a growing number of Democrat donors and elected officials call for him to step aside.

Democrats and their media allies have given up the charade that the President is as sharp as ever behind closed doors.

Now, they can sense the Presidential election is slipping away and that Biden could bring down the entire ticket this fall.

Normally, Vice President Kamala Harris would be first in line to step in as the Democrat’s Presidential nominee.

But she has the worst approval rating of any Vice President in modern history and is more unpopular than Biden.

Many Democrats are smart enough to realize that her 2020 Presidential campaign crashed and burned before a single Primary vote was cast for a reason.

Names like Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, California Governor Gavin Newsom, Pennsylvania Governor Josh Shapiro, and Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear have all been mentioned as potential options for the Democrat Presidential nominee.

Some Democrat megadonors are pushing to hold a mini-primary before the Democratic National Convention kicks off on August 19.

Democrats face a revolt if they pick anyone other than Kamala Harris

California Attorney Areva Martin is a delegate for Joe Biden at the Democratic National Convention.

She appeared on The Stephen A. Smith Show to warn if Democrats replace Biden with a “white man” over Harris, black women voters would revolt.

“There is a long list of Democrats: Kamala Harris, Gavin Newsom, Gretchen Whitmer,” Martin explained. “The list goes on and on and on . . . Where is there a consensus? You’ve got to build consensus and there is not consensus right now. If you pick a white man over Kamala Harris, black women, I can tell you this, we gon’ walk away, we gon’ blow the party up.”

Host Stephen A. Smith asked where black women go if Harris got bypassed as the Democrat’s Presidential nominee.

“So where are we getting agreement from on who this ideal Democratic candidate should be?” Martin continued. “Tell me that. Nobody’s told me who it should be. And then tell me how you’re gonna get the 4,000 delegates, which I am one of them. I’m a delegate coming from California. So who’s going to step out? One, tell Joe Biden he’s got to step aside because . . . everyone is not being mature about this process.”

Martin said that Democrats should stay the course with Biden at the top of the ticket.

Democrats are trapped in an awful situation for the Presidential race.

Forcing Biden out of the race could ignite a civil war in the party over replacing him.

Sticking with him would put their hopes in a potentially fatally wounded campaign.