The Brandon Administration still hasn’t found a solution to the baby formula shortage. What gives?
We first reported on the baby formula shortage in May of this year. After days of reporting, Brandon finally realized there was a shortage.
The shortages began with Brandon’s FDA shutting down a huge baby formula plant in Michigan. Finally, three months later, after some shady actions, the plant was allowed to reopen.
But the baby formula shortages persisted.
Unfortunately for young families across the country, this issue has not yet been addressed.
FOX News reports:
Parents nationwide are still struggling to find baby formula months after panic first ensued, and one mother is sharing her message for the Brandon administration over the crisis.
Louisiana mother Amber Bergeron joined “Fox & Friends First” Wednesday to discuss her struggle to find baby formula for her premature twins and the Brandon administration’s failure in handling the shortage.
“The conclusion that I have come to is the American people need to remember this,” Bergeron told co-host Todd Piro. “Remember that the children, our future, was not important to this administration. I’d like to ask the president, where are you for our future? Where are you? You need to wake up.”
Brandon has no idea what’s going on and he certainly has no idea how to fix the baby formula shortage. As a result, America is now in poor shape in every arena.