Florida Rep. Kat Cammack - “Another example of the 'America Last' agenda.”

May 16, 2022  . Initially, when Cammack posted the photos she received the White House and CNN claimed that she was lying. However, it’s worse than thought. Not only did she find a warehouse full of formula, but she also found multiple warehouses full of formula.

“Yesterday I was on the border myself and the facts on the ground are exactly how we have been stating them,” Cammack said. “Last week, I received text messages and photos from Border Patrol agents showing a stockpile of baby formula and there was complete outrage from the White House, CNN and other liberal outlets claiming that we were lying, so I decided to go down myself and film it. Lo and behold, not only was there stocked warehouses, but there were multiple stocked warehouses that have been not only filled with baby formula, diapers, wipes and clothing, but they have been doing this for months and there’s more en route.”

“This just points again to how out of touch this administration is and they could stop this with a simple policy change. And to the Secretary of Transportation’s remarks that they have been on top of this from day one: That is a lie. They canceled 43% of this manufacturer’s production with no plan to backfill that market share that they make up. So, how have they been on top of this? Because moms for months have been saying it was getting harder and harder to find formula. This is just another example of the broken administration that doesn’t know how to govern.” MORE

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While Americans face a worsening baby formula shortage, “They are sending pallets–pallets! .. of baby formula to the border.” Who are 'they'? .. the Biden administration, of course. (link)

On a social media post, Cammack said she received photographic evidence of the border deliveries from a border patrol agent. In a video posted to Facebook, Cammack noted that while migrant children deserve to be fed, the stockpiling was just “another example of the ‘America Last’ agenda.” (link)

The images feature dozens of boxes of various baby formula and milk supplement brands, including Nido and Advantage. In one of the pictures, the formula appears to have just arrived after being shipped to the facility and it is marked with a “DO NOT TAKE” sign.

Boxes of Nido infant formula at Ursula Migrant Processing Center in McAllen, Texas.

Boxes of Nido infant formula at the Ursula Migrant Processing Center in McAllen, Texas.

Cammack posted pictures to social media of empty formula shelves in Florida next to the pallets of food being sent to the border, saying in the video that a concerned border patrol agent sent her the image. She said the picture comes from Ursula processing facility in Texas, where thousands are being housed and processed and then released." The Florida lawmaker said the concerned agent told her that she "would not believe the shipment I just brought in."

"He has been a border patrol agent for 30 years and he has never seen anything quite like this. He is a grandfather and he is saying that his own children can't get baby formula." (link)


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