Hillary Clinton Gets Torched By Parents After Snooty Baby Formula Shortage Statement
Hillary Clinton got destroyed after she waded into the baby formula shortage crisis.
In perfect Clinton condescension the former failed presidential candidate said, “To all the parents scrambling for baby formula—thanks to the Biden administration and our service members, help is on the way.”
Hillary then added a video of Operation Fly Formula, that shows the United States military bringing in specialty formula.
To all the parents scrambling for baby formula—thanks to the Biden administration and our service members, help is on the way. https://t.co/KxmQDulEwr
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) May 23, 2022
The half a million bottles being flown to the United States will not help retailers. It is going to doctors, hospitals, and pharmacies to help infants with special medical conditions.
People did not take kindly Hillary Clinton’s praise.
Imagine an administration so pathetic, it’s a cause for celebration when they beg a plane load of baby formula from another country. https://t.co/AZo1pENp3C
— Tim Swain (@SwainForSenate) May 23, 2022
The administration thinks they are taking a victory lap when empty shelves are becoming the norm at retailers everywhere.
Biden attempting to resolve a Biden-made crisis is not the brag you think it is.
— Kelkat (@Tweetytweeter63) May 24, 2022
This is the classic “gvt breaks your legs, but later offers you crutches”
— Joseph B. Cioe, Jr. (@JosephBCioeJr) May 23, 2022
Thanks to the Biden Administration…. Hmmm….
Baby formula shortages took place under Presidents:
Baby formula shortages did not occur under Presidents:
— Joseph Steinberg (@JosephSteinberg) May 23, 2022
Government will break your leg, sell you a crutch, and expect applause.
— Being Libertarian (@beinlibertarian) May 24, 2022
The Biden administration is trying to claim that the shortage snuck up on them but below is a report from November 2021 discussing the formula shortage. Remember the Biden-run FDA didn’t respond to the Abbott plant complaint until January of 2022.
Supply chain issues are starting to impact infants as baby formula might be harder to find in stores. #BabyFormulaShortage
ONE GROUP SAYS ITS MEMBERS ARE WORKING TO ENSURE AVAILABILITY OF FORMULAS: https://t.co/p4IeCVBJvC pic.twitter.com/uo3aHJqf93
— 23ABC News (@23ABCNews) November 17, 2021
Conservative host Dana Loesche pointed out that all the Biden administration had to do to avert the shortage was allow formula shipments to come from Europe in March.
— The Dana Show (@DanaLoeschRadio) May 23, 2022