Rep. Earl Buddy Carter: Border facility like Costco with shelves of baby formula
Rep. Earl Buddy Carter, R-Ga., discusses the baby formula shortage after President Biden claims he was in the dark about the crisis for months, arguing the White House is ‘tone-deaf.’
During his interview on "Mornings with Maria" Thursday, Rep. Earl Buddy Carter blasted the Costco-like stockpiles of baby formula at the southern border, arguing Biden's unawareness about the crisis proves 'how tone-deaf they are at the White House.'
REP. EARL BUDDY CARTER: We did see baby formula, the infant formula at the border. And, of course, we were looking for it. And, you know, it's so sad because when you walk into these warehouses that they have here, particularly in the Donna facility, which is where they have the unaccompanied children and the families there, it looks like a Costco. I mean, it just shelves of all kind of different materials. But the baby formula was the most upsetting of all of that because and I have to say that the president is not being truthful here.
BIDEN SAYS HE WASN'T AWARE OF BABY FORMULA SHORTAGE SEVERITY UNTIL TWO MONTHS AGO
Maybe he didn't know about it, but that just proves how tone-deaf they are at the White House. Because during the Energy and Commerce O and I committee meeting, it was indicated that there was a whistleblower letter sent to the FDA back in October that didn't get to them until the middle of February. And they blame it on mailroom issues.