House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appeared on CNN’s “State of the Union” this morning and in one clip, she said that we have to find out why there is no formula for “Hungry, crying babies.”
In a clip shared by RNC Research, Pelosi tells host Dana Bash that “We have to subject these companies to some scrutiny about the safety of this.”
“And how we got to a place where we have babies crying in our country because they’re hungry and the shelves are bare,” Pelosi explained.
Pelosi then insisted that, “We have to fill them immediately.”
While Bash simply agreed with Pelosi, RNC Research pointed out that “Democrats control the White House, the Senate, and the House.”
Nancy Pelosi says we must find out how “we got to a place where we have babies crying in our country because they’re hungry and the shelves are bare.”— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) May 15, 2022
Democrats control the White House, the Senate, and the House. pic.twitter.com/sJCh3AtDOd
The Daily Mail reported yesterday about a heart-wrenching viral post from South Carolina mother Sara Owens about a desperate parent who broke broke down at a local Walmart when they were faced with empty shelves of baby formula.
Owens said she was hunting for baby formula for her six-month-old daughter, Namoi, amid a nationwide shortage when she encountered the father who broke into tears after driving from store to store looking for his daughter’s brand of formula.
In the Facebook post, which was written nearly three weeks ago, Owens reported that “As tears continued to stream down his face he said ‘I never thought I would be crying because I can’t find what my child has to have.'”
“My heart broke to 100 pieces on the formula aisle in Walmart,” Owens explained in the Facebook post that’s been shared more than 180,000 times.
Owens told Fox News on Friday that the situation has not gotten any better since the encounter with the dad as Murray Kessler, the CEO of formula giant Perrigo, warned that the shortage would last all year.
“My experience with the formula shortage has become a daily concern instead of a weekly concern. I’ve had to begin searching almost every day (out of) fear I would miss a store restocking. It’s gone from concern to fear,” Owens lamented.
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