Callous Psaki Tells Concerned Parents To ‘Call The Doctor’ Amid Formula Shortage

What will the White House become without Jen Pskai’s signature smug, dead-eyed callousness? What will we ever do without her daily cynicisms, lies, obfuscations, and utter depravity as she blabs on about the failed Biden administration?

Will the American people tune in to MSNBC to watch as the fiery White House press sec. crashes and burns on national television?

Probably not. But one thing is for sure: Jen Psaki is a monster.

She convinced the entire country of that blatant fact on a daily basis when she delivered dead-eyed responses to legitimate concerns many Americans face on a daily basis thanks to her boss, Joe Biden, who’s enacted some of the most devastating economic policies this country has seen since the Smooth-Hawley Tariffs.

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said parents who are worried about their baby’s immediate needs for formula amid a nationwide shortage should “call their doctor” in a press briefing on Thursday.

After a reporter asked Psaki what should parents who cannot find baby formula do, she detailed the steps the White House is taking to address the baby formula shortage.

“I’m just wondering if you’re a parent today and you go to the store, you can’t find any formula on the shelves, as is being reported across the country. What is what is the step that they should take?” the reporter asked.

Psaki noted that the reporter raised “important public health questions,” but did not provide immediate steps for parents to take.

The reporter pressed Psaki for immediate steps families can take amid the formula shortage, to which Psaki said, “call their doctor.”


Bidenflation has wreaked immense havoc on the supply chain, causing a crisis that’s hit families harder due to its impact on baby formula. The formula shortage has been increasing since the end of last year.

For the week starting April 24, there were six states that had baby formula OOS percentages higher than 50%:

• Iowa, South Dakota, and North Dakota were 50-51%.

• Missouri was 52 percent.
•Texas was 53 percent and Tennessee was 54%
• There were 26 states that had 40-50% out of stock compared to three weeks ago when there were seven.Biden’s administration has only begun to address the formula shortage this week — and they’re taking zero responsibility.

Instead of addressing supply chain problems head-on and with full transparency, Jen Psaki is blaming “hoarders” of baby formula for the current shortage.

Author: Elizabeth Tierney