Mitch McConnell’s Louisville home vandalized with graffiti – CBS News

The graffiti appears to be in response to McConnell’s refusal to increase stimulus checks.Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s home in Louisville, Kentucky, was vandalized early Saturday morning. Spray-painted messages over the Republican leader’s front door appear to be in response to his opposition to increasing¬†coronavirus relief checks¬†to Americans from $600 to $2,000.

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$2,000 Stimulus Checks, Section 230 Repeal Included in Mitch McConnell’s Surprise COVID Relief Bill. What next?

Just hours after blocking Senate Democrats’ efforts to vote on a House bill for $2,000 direct payments, McConnell released his own surprise legislation which includes repealing Section 230 and funding for a commission on election fraud.

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