While parents drive from store to store in an all-too often futile attempt to find formula to feed their babies, the shortages are only getting worse.
For more than a month now, many retailers are actually rationing or limiting the number of cans of baby formula customers can purchase.
At last check, Kroger is limiting customers to four cans of formula, while Walgreens and CVS have a limit of three cans per customer.
What many may not realize is the fact that these limits have come at the request of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), according to Advance Local.
However, as Americans face empty shelves for their babies, those entering the country illegally from Mexico are being treated to a seemingly endless supply of formula for their babies.
Earlier today, Rep. Kat Cammack (R-FL) made a video in her Congressional office, showing photos of pallets stacked with baby formula at the immigrant detention center in Ursula, Texas.
The images were reportedly sent to her from an outraged Border Patrol agent.
Rep. Cammack laments the crisis parents are facing across the country, while the Biden administration is hoarding "pallets and more pallets of baby formula at the border."
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