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WaPo Fact Checker: Anger over baby formula sent to illegal immigrants when America's store shelves are bare is 'ridiculous faux outrage'

Glenn Kessler, chief writer for the ’s Fact Checker department, said Republican U.S. Rep. ’s baby formula sent to an illegal immigrant detention facility is “ridiculous faux outrage.”

“The shortage of baby formula is a serious issue that the administration is seeking to address,” Kessler noted in Thursday analysis for the Post. “But at the same time, the administration cannot be faulted for following the law and providing baby formula to undocumented immigrants.”

Kessler gave Cammack’s claim “Four Pinocchios.”

What’s the background?

Cammack, a Florida lawmaker elected in 2020, indicated in a pair of Facebook videos Wednesday that a Border Patrol agent at the Ursula facility in McAllen, Texas, sent her photos showing pallets of baby formula and other food for infants that had been delivered to the .

“They are sending pallets — pallets — of baby formula to the border,” Cammack

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