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The Kentucky home of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has been vandalized

The home of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) was vandalized Saturday morning in Louisville, Kentucky.

His home, located in the heights, was named for spray paint messages like 'Where's my money? And "Mitch kills the poor."

Police officers said that the accident happened around 5 am and there was minor damage to graffiti on the front door and window of the house. It's unclear if McConnell was home at the time.

This incident comes after the home of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (Democrat from California) in San Francisco, California, was vandalized on Friday with pig head, fake blood, and graffiti. According to Breitbart News.

The Pelosi house had the phrase "Eliminate the Rent!" And "We want everything!" He reportedly wrote on the garage door after Congress failed to pass the $ 2,000 stimulus checks for Americans amid the Chinese coronavirus crisis.


3 January 2021


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