Biden Team Sends Out Desperate Email Describing How to Defend Him, Attack 'Bedwetting Brigade'

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It's been a loooong weekend for the Biden campaign as they deal with the blowback from donors, the media, and even Democrat politicians over the dumpster fire of a debate performance he delivered Thursday.


The team has now sent out a desperate email to supporters detailing ways they can defend the president against anyone who points out that he was barely coherent and proved incontrovertibly that he is not fit to be commander-in-chief.

Tell off those "bedwetters," the email advises:

"If you’re like me, you’re getting lots of texts or calls from folks about the state of the race after Thursday," reads the email. "Maybe it was your panicked aunt, your MAGA uncle, or some self-important podcasters. It’s a tough position to be in, so I thought it might be helpful to send you a few responses."

While the campaign email acknowledges that "the debate started rough," it argued that the real takeaway was that "voters saw what a threat Donald Trump is to the country."

The email encourages supporters to forcefully push back against those calling on the president to drop out of the race, accusing such critics of being part of the "bedwetting brigade."


They maintain that despite the many calls for the president to get out of the race, he's not going anywhere:

"That is the best possible way for Donald Trump to win and us to lose," the email argues. "Joe Biden is going to be the Democratic nominee, period. End of story. Voters voted. He won overwhelmingly."

The heat is on

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Freefall: Major Swing State Newspaper Tells Biden to 'Pass the Torch' After Debate Fiasco

STUNNER: NY Times Editorial Board Calls on Biden to Leave Presidential Race 'to Serve His Country'

OutKick founder and radio host Clay Travis doesn't think it's going to move the needle:

The email contains all sorts of handy dandy advice sure to impress your friends; try such crowd-pleasers as arguing that Biden dropping out "would lead to weeks of chaos," and "internal foodfighting" and "a bunch of candidates who limp into a brutal floor fight at the convention." It's right out of Braveheart.


Their final pitch: fear-mongering.

"All while Donald Trump has time to speak to American voters uncontested," the email continued. "All of that would be in service of a nominee who would go into a general election in the weakest possible position with zero dollars in their bank account. You want a highway to losing? It’s that." 

The email frankly reeks of desperation and despair. They know that the debate may go down in the books as one of the great political implosions in history. 

Calling those who question Joe's mental fitness "bedwetters" is not going to change the campaign's fortunes.



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