Biden keeps proving he shouldn’t be trusted as he has stooped to an all-time low. The weak-kneed Democrat managed to get another $40 billion in assistance for Ukraine approved, even though infant formula aisles in shops throughout the United States are completely bare. What a dreadful period to become a parent for the first time!
Ukrainians are now in a very terrible situation; a horrifying one at that but the United States is also in jeopardy, and President Biden has to learn how to multitask. The top groomer, who is known for being hyperfocused, won’t even address the shortfall until later on this month! The House Committee on Energy and Commerce is planning to conduct hearings into the current scarcity of infant formula beginning on 25th May. Remember that these are hearings, and there is no way to predict when families will finally get any positive outcome from this very uncomfortable situation.
According to reports, [Townhall.com], “Baby formula supplies have dropped below 50 per cent in a couple of states; thus, as the problem grows without an obvious remedy in sight, Democrats will take a look at it…in two weeks.” In a tweet, Managing Editor Spencer Brown added the following: “E&C Chair Frank Pallone (D-NJ) said that the ‘nationwide baby formula shortages are growing serious and deserve the urgent attention of Congress,’ and then set a hearing — ”
Baby formula supplies have dipped below 50% in a handful of states so naturally, as the crisis worsens without an immediate solution in sight, Democrats will take a look at it…in two weeks. https://t.co/pFDXvz4KOb
— Spencer Brown (@itsSpencerBrown) May 11, 2022
So there is a plan to ‘fix’ the scarcity of formula, but it won’t be implemented until the 25th of May! Since January, this issue has been getting worse; why the heck are they delaying it any further? How much contempt do these individuals have for infants? It’s not only me that is fuming over this. Take a look at some of the reactions people on Twitter have given to the news: These hearings ought to have taken place fourteen weeks ago… The rest of the Pelosi Congress, including Chris Pappas of New Hampshire, where are you?” A congressional candidate in New Hampshire, Matt Mowers, posed the question. The government can approve a spending plan worth 40 billion dollars for Ukraine in less than six hours, but they have to wait two weeks to solve the scarcity of infant formula in the United States.”
Are you going to start paying attention now? When Nat Shupe inquired. Erin Perrine, Vice President of Operations at Tag Strategies, said that “It would have been wonderful to have this hearing a couple of months ago and not in two weeks.” RIGHT NOW, it is very difficult for families to get infant formula. The Democrats are not adequately addressing another catastrophe that is affecting Americans. Classic.”