‘Won’t F***ing Say A Word’: ‘Hundreds’ of Congress Members Unwilling to Support Biden as Nominee According To Top Democrat

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Representative Dean Phillips (D-MN) has sparked a conversation about the future of the Democratic Party’s presidential nominee after revealing in an interview that “literally hundreds” of Democrat lawmakers are questioning the reality of President Joe Biden being the party’s nominee for the 2024 race.

Phillips claimed that these lawmakers are too afraid to speak out against Biden, highlighting potential divisions within the party.

Phillips’ comments follow the release polling data indicating that many Democrat voters do not want Biden to be their party’s nominee again. Concerns cited include unfavorable economic conditions, skyrocketing inflation rates, disastrous foreign policy decisions, and questions surrounding his age and mental fitness for office.

Phillips said, “This is not a knock on Joe Biden, just a wish for competition. In the business world, if the dominant brand in a category had favorability ratings like the current president does, you would see a number of established brands jump into that category. Believe me, there are literally hundreds in Congress who would say the same thing. But they simply won’t f-ing say a word.”

Concerns regarding Biden’s viability in a 2024 Presidential race were reignited after Biden fell up the stairs of Air Force One again earlier this month. And that moment came after Biden’s physician said the President was “a healthy, vigorous 80-year-old male who is fit to successfully execute the duties of the Presidency, to include those as Chief Executive, Head of State and Commander in Chief.”