Dirty Joe Biden has finally admitted to America that
A) He didn’t know about the formula shortage soon enough.
B) He didn’t do enough to prevent it.
I know, I can’t believe it either.
Maybe Joe has finally come around to the idea of personal responsibility, or maybe he’s trying to make a miraculous turn to babyface to help fellow liberals come midterms.
When Biden was asked how he didn’t see how shutting down a formula factory would lead to a formula shortage, he admitted that the closure was a mistake.
“I don’t think anyone anticipated the impact of the shutdown of one facility.”
Biden claimed he didn’t know about the problem until April, despite many warnings to the FDA in the months leading up to that.
He was asked why he didn’t act when he knew the shortage was coming.
“They did, but I didn’t” know about the impending shortage, Biden said. Referring to the FDA and CEOs of the formula companies.
Biden says he was taking the problem seriously in April, despite not publicly commenting on the crisis until May 13.
“We’re going to be, in a matter of weeks or less, getting significantly more formula on shelves,” he said on May 13.
You don’t need to be Maury to know that that was a lie.
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