BABY FORMULA CRISIS: Our Two Parties Have Two VERY Different Responses

Written by Wes Walker on May 13, 2022

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The latest crisis Biden’s America has had thrown at it is a critical shortage of baby formula. For the most vulnerable among us, especially those with complex food needs, this is a serious concern.

Some infants, for example, are only able to tolerate one or two brands of baby food. If that food is suddenly unavailable, that’s a nightmare scenario for the parents.

With a safety recall issued at the largest manufacturer of baby food and a production shutdown in place, that nightmare scenario is upon us.

It’s situations like this one where the respective leadership styles of each party stand in stark contrast.

Team Biden is laying responsibility at the feet of big business and consumers. They are using big government to push solutions. Because that strategy has served this administration so very well this far into its term.

The White House on Thursday said it had taken steps to counter the shortage, “including working with other infant formula manufacturers to increase production, expediting the import of infant formula from abroad, and calling on both online and in-store retailers to establish purchasing limits to prevent the possibility of hoarding.” — FoxNews

Does the White House really believe manufacturers (foreign or domestic) would be somehow reluctant to snap up an advantage in the marketplace?

He’s working really hard at making more supply available for hungry American babies, and cracking down on hoarding? Well, that’s interesting, because we’ve heard something quite different.

Biden can blame American consumers all he wants, but the real hoarders seem to be the government itself. Team Biden’s concern is not to make sure that American babies can get the food they so desperately need. Biden has taken his ‘America Last’ agenda to new lengths, and is making sure that American Babies are last in line for baby formula. First priority is being given to people who are illegally crashing their way over the US border.

Meanwhile, Florida’s Surgeon General is turning his attention to something that actually DOES fall within the scope of government responsibility.

Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo sent a letter to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Thursday asking for transparency on the nationwide baby formula shortage.

“As you know the FDA has recently acknowledged the shortage, caused by its warning and recall,” Ladapo wrote to FDA Commissioner Robert Califf, referring to the February recall of baby formula produced by Abbott Nutrition, which makes a majority of the formula consumed in the U.S.

He continued, “Time is of the essence to restart production at the Abbott facility, yet the FDA has failed to produce any preliminary findings necessary to begin the reopening process and update the nation on this issue.” —FoxNews

Maybe if the FDA weren’t busying itself with questions of ‘misinformation’ they could turn their full attention to this actual crisis.

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