Hot Takes: All Hell Breaks Loose After Bette Midler Opens Mouth, Inserts Foot Over Baby Formula Crisis

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The baby formula shortage in this country is real, and as we’ve previously reported, the Biden White House unsurprisingly has been caught disturbingly flatfooted in response to the crisis. Making matters worse, infuriated families with infant children across America learned this week that pallets of baby formula were seen near a holding facility at the southern border, a stark contrast to the empty shelves one sees when going to the baby formula aisle at grocery and drug stores in many parts of the U.S.

Because this situation makes the Biden administration look even more incompetent with each passing day that there’s a shortage, The Usual Suspects are trying to rush to the rescue in blaming everyone but Biden’s ongoing supply chain crisis for the fact that some women are having to drive hundreds of miles to (hopefully) find baby formula for their children.

One such media figure was MSDNC’s Stephanie Ruhle, one of the network’s leading Democrat apologists, who took to the Twitter machine to blame “an amazing secret oligopoly” and “hugely restrictive regulations” for the crisis.

In response to Ruhle’s tweet, hacktress Bette Midler weighed in with a hot take that she probably now regrets posting. “TRY BREASTFEEDING!” she exclaimed. “It’s free and available on demand”:

Talk about opening your mouth and inserting your foot.

There are any number of reasons why a mother would have to use baby formula over breast milk, as explained by thousands of them who took Midler to task, including former Trump White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany:

Even some in Bette’s own “woke” fanbase took her to task:

And then there was this, so much this:

As it turns out, “learning before tweeting” and “having some compassion” on Twitter are also in short supply in this country, especially when it comes to elitist, out of touch celebrities with way too much time on their hands.

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