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Rep Alice Stefnik slams mysterious ‘Pedo Grifters’ for lack of infant formula

Rep. Alice Stefnik (R.Y.), who describes herself as “pro-life,” on Friday blamed the White House and mysterious “pedo grifters” for America’s lack of infant formula — and migrant’s. Called to deprive children of formula.

“The White House, house dams, and general Pedo grifters are so out of touch with the American people that instead of projecting any plan or urgency to address the nationwide infant formula crisis, they double down on sending pallets of formula over the southern border. Yes, Stephanic wrote in a tweet.

The “ordinary Pedo grifters”, who were unidentified, appeared in the context of a particularly bizarre QAnon conspiracy theory that an international ring of child sex traffickers is being run by Democratic leaders. A spokesman for Stefnik insisted to The Independent that the fictitious “pedo grifters” also included Republicans.

Critics warned that such irresponsible tweets could incite violence against imaginary enemies. A gunman opened fire in a Washington, DC, pizzeria in 2016 that was baselessly identified as the headquarters of an alleged child trafficking operation. No one got injured. The “Pizzagate” gunman was sentenced to four years in prison.

After a similar tweet on Friday by Stephanic calling for depriving immigrant babies of formula, Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-Ariz.) named him the leader of a fake “pro starvation caucus.”

Stefnik blames the Biden administration for the current shortage of infant formula in the US. Administration does not create formulas; It is made and sold by three major companies that have little competition.

The shortages were triggered by supply chain issues related to the pandemic, combined with a massive safety recall by Abbott Nutrition, the largest formula maker, which was asked earlier this year to close its Michigan plant due to contamination concerns. was forced to.

The US has purchased formula for immigration facilities because it is required by law to provide necessities such as toilet paper, food and infant formula to people processed or detained in federal facilities.

Stefanik is one of several so-called “pro-life” Republican lawmakers who want to ban abortion, yet see no contradiction in denying infant formula to babies in federal detention facilities.

Critics on Twitter lashed out at Stefnik.

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