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It seems easier to get a crack pipe… than find baby formula: GOP Rep. slams Biden amid shortage

At a House Judiciary Committee hearing this week, Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) slammed President Joe Biden over the continued shortage of baby formula and his administration’s inability to find a working solution.

“I think we need to take a moment and think about the fact that, in Joe Biden’s America, it seems like it is easier to get a crack pipe in a government-funded smoking kit than it is to find baby formula.

“I’m a new father of a four-month-old. And, the other piece, is that this crisis has been brewing for months. Since my four-month-old has been born, I’ve had my entire family, across four states, scouring the shelves looking for formula on which he is dependent to survive.”

Meanwhile, another GOP Rep. slammed the Biden administration as America last because of pallets of formula that were allegedly sent to the southern border, as previously reported:

GOP Rep. Kat Cammack shared two pictures on Twitter that helped her express anger towards the American government in regards to the nationwide baby formula shortage.

One picture showed full shelves of baby formula and foods at a processing center located down at the southern border. Another image was empty shelves in an American grocery store, where there may have been baby formula if not for the shortage, per report.

The Republicans are calling out President Joe Biden’s failing administration and suggesting that Democrats are for Americans last while they pander to illegal immigrants at the border and try to send $40 billion to Ukraine while Americans are in need during inflation.

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President Joe Biden and his administration don’t seem to have any suitable answers that would make everyone happy and it’s so bad that even people from CNN are calling out the Biden administration and himself for making bogus claims.

Cammack’s tweet said: “The first photo is from this morning at the Ursula Processing Center at the U.S. border. Shelves and pallets packed with baby formula. The second is from a shelf right here at home. Formula is scarce. This is what America last looks like.”