Joe Biden is worried sick over one Democrat revolt that could change everything

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Joe Biden is reeling from his dreadful showing at the Presidential debate. 

Now he’s trying to figure out a way to get his floundering campaign back on track. 

And Joe Biden is worried sick over one Democrat revolt that could change everything. 

A growing number of Democrats are ready to part ways with Joe Biden

Game-changing moments in Presidential politics are rare.

But President Joe Biden’s shocking performance at the first Presidential debate on CNN changed the course of the entire race.

Democrats and their media allies can’t sweep concerns about Biden’s mental and physical fitness under the rug anymore.

The night of the debate, the drumbeat began to throw Biden overboard and find another Presidential candidate.

He was already trailing former President Donald Trump in national polling and in the swing states that will decide the election.

The debate debacle was seen by many Democrats as a fatal blow to Biden’s campaign, which he couldn’t recover from.

Former President Barack Obama, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), and other prominent Democrats backed Biden in the aftermath of the debate.

But the President wasn’t able to reassure many Democrats in his appearances and interviews after the debate that he could turn things around.

The damn is beginning to burst on Joe Biden

Politico’s Senior Washington Correspondent, Rachael Bade, reported that the tide began to turn against Biden in Washington, D.C.

“For days now, elected Democrats have privately lamented President JOE BIDEN’s reelection chances and following his disastrous Thursday night debate. For the most part, what they haven’t done, though, is go on the record. Until today,” Politico’s Playbook PM stated.

Representative Lloyd Doggett (D-TX) became the first Democrat in Congress to call on Biden to get out of the race.

“I represent the heart of a congressional district once represented by Lyndon Johnson. Under very different circumstances, he made the painful decision to withdraw. President Biden should do the same,” Doggett wrote.

That was the beginning of Biden’s support in the Democrat Party beginning to crack.

Pelosi, who was solidly in his corner now, said that the debate raised questions about Biden’s condition.

“I think it’s a legitimate question to say, is this an episode or is this a condition?” Pelosi asked on MSNBC. “When people ask that question, it’s completely legitimate — of both candidates.”

She said that opinions were “mixed” among House Democrats about whether Biden should stay in the race.

“Some are like, ‘Well, how can we subject the [nomination] process to what might be possible? Others are, ‘Joe is our guy. We love him. We trust him. He has vision, knowledge, judgment, integrity,’” Pelosi said. “I trust his judgment.”

Biden tried to put the debate behind him, but it’s now become the biggest issue of the campaign.

More House Democrats came forward calling on drop out while others expressed serious concerns about his ability to win.

The President is facing a growing revolt from Democrats, who he thought had his back.

Democrats are facing their biggest crisis in decades in the summer of an election year.

No matter what happens to Joe Biden, the party will come out of it weaker.