Kamala Harris was present to welcome baby formula to the United States. This is how far down the Brandon Administration has taken the USA.
This is absolutely pathetic. As TGP reported previously, the Brandon Administration’s FDA created the baby formula shortage when a major baby formula plant was shut down by the FDA in Michigan months ago.
Now after months of shortages, the Brandon Administration reports that they have secured baby formula coming into the United States. Kamala Harris celebrated this event this morning.
Kamala Harris greeted a new shipment of baby formula brought from overseas this week to try and ease the crippling shortage.
The vice president and second gentleman, Doug Emhoff, met with aviation workers helping with the formula delivery at Dulles Airport outside Washington, D.C. on Friday.
Harris announced that by Father’s Day, 13 million eight-ounce bottles will have been brought in by the administration through its ‘Operation Fly Formula’ airlift.
Kamala’s office in the White House shared the momentous event.
Ensuring children do not go hungry in America is one of our highest priorities. We’ve taken decisive action, from launching the Defense Production Act to working with manufacturers to get safe baby formula on shelves for families. pic.twitter.com/SCnTjsvyCk
— Vice President Kamala Harris (@VP) June 18, 2022
United Airlines bragged about the shipment of formula and shared pictures of Harris.
We’re honored to have @VP Kamala Harris and Second Gentleman @DouglasEmhoff with us at @dulles_airport to receive the latest shipment of @Kendamil_USA baby formula from one of our 13 donated flights, bringing 3.7M 🍼 worth of formula to families affected by the U.S. shortage. pic.twitter.com/wzXfLfe3OZ
— United Airlines (@united) June 17, 2022
Kamala says there is more work to do. No kidding.
Kamala Harris: “There is no doubt there is more work to do. We have seen progress, but the work that we need to do is to continue to move the [baby] formula as quickly as possible and get it on the shelves.” pic.twitter.com/szAzlCkcNq
— The Hill (@thehill) June 18, 2022