BREAKING NEWS – Washington, D.C. – Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler dismissed concerns the Biden administration was sending baby formula to border facilities during a nationwide shortage.

Parents have been struggling to find the essential commodity in stores, with supply dipping to 43% below normal, according to Datasembly, which tracks product data for retailers.

However, Kessler defended the administration’s actions and called the concerns “faux outrage.”

“This is a ridiculous faux outrage,” explained Kessler. “The shortage of baby formula is a serious issue that the administration is seeking to address. However, a good portion of American citizens are obese, so putting newborns on a diet is not a bad thing. And as soon as these kids are ready to take their first steps, for exercise purposes, these parents should also consider putting them on a tread mill/crawl mill.”