Biden Sends The Biggest FU To Babies With $40 Billion Spending Package
Formula Shortages in America are rampant and the war in Ukraine continues to be a nightmare. Both are critical issues but which one did Biden's administration put first? Ukraine. This single-focused White House rushed through a $40 billion dollar bill but pushed of discussions on how to handle the baby formula shortage that's hit across the US.
Politicians don't plan on begining hearings to discuss the shortages in the US until May 25th.
Yes, help Ukraine by mu God, can these people not tackle more than one issue at a time? And why are they waiting so long to open talks?
“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,” Townhall.com Managing Editor Spencer Brown tweeted, adding, “E&C Chair Frank Pallone (D-NJ) said the ‘nationwide infant formula shortages are increasingly alarming and demand Congress’ immediate attention,’ and then scheduled a hearing — not actual action — for May 25th.”
E&C Chair Frank Pallone (D-NJ) said the "nationwide infant formula shortages are increasingly alarming and demand Congress’ immediate attention," and then scheduled a hearing — not actual action — for May 25th. https://t.co/vNf3szxoCb
— Spencer Brown (@itsSpencerBrown) May 11, 2022
Shortages began early this year but were no where near as wide spread as they are now. Obviously this is an urgent matter as studies show that 4 our of 7 babies are formula fed.
The people of Twitter were furious after brown posted the Energy Commerce announcement, and rightfully so. They had plent to say about it:
“These hearings should’ve happened two months ago… Where’s @ChrisPappasNH and the rest of the Pelosi Congress?” New Hampshire Congressional candidate Matt Mowers asked.
“Government can pass a $40 Billion spending package for Ukraine in under 6 hours, but have to wait two weeks before addressing baby formula shortage in America. Are you paying attention yet??” Nat Shupe asked.
Tag Strategies VP Erin Perrine added, “It would have been good to have this hearing a couple of months ago and not in two weeks. Families are struggling RIGHT NOW to get baby formula. Democrats are failing to meet another crisis facing Americans. Classic.”
May 25th is just when talks will open. There is no denifinate date to say when or even if officials will do anything to amp up supplies.