Mitch McConnell's home vandalized with 'WERE'S MY MONEY' graffiti on door one day after Nancy Pelosi's home trashed

SENATE Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's home was vandalized last night asking for a stimulus check as polls show the overwhelming majority of Americans disagree with McConnell's opposition to $2000 stimulus checks.

McConnell's home in Louisville, Kentucky was graffitied last night with the words "Weres [sic] my money" on the front door, along with other messages along McConnell's front porch.

The vandal is referencing McConnell's staunch shutdown of providing Americans with $2,000 stimulus checks, a move that President Trump and fellow Republicans and Democrats have pushed for.

Also graffitied is "F*** Mitch" and "Mitch Kills Poor."

Police say they do not know who is responsible for the act, but the rest of McConnell's home appears untouched.

The graffiti incident came a day after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's home was vandalized in California, with people splashing paint and reportedly leaving a pig's head on her property.

"2K CANCEL RENT WE WANT EVERYTHING" was spray painted on Pelosi's garage door Friday, along with a pig's head and splashed red paint along the floor.

In a statement Saturday morning, McConnell raged against the people who graffitied his home.

"I’ve spent my career fighting for the First Amendment and defending peaceful protest," he said. "I appreciate every Kentuckian who has engaged in the democratic process whether they agree with me or not."

"This is different," McConnell continued. "Vandalism and the politics of fear have no place in our society."

The leader said he and his wife were unmoved by the action.

"My wife and I have never been intimidated by this toxic playbook," he said. "We just hope our neighbors in Louisville aren’t too inconvenienced by this radical tantrum."

A spokesperson for McConnell did not immediately reply if McConnell was home during the incident.

McConnell squashed a bipartisan effort to increase stimulus checks to $2,000. President Trump, most Democrats in the House and Senate, plenty of Senate Republicans, and 44 House Republicans also support the measure.

However, McConnell stayed firm and said Americans did not need the stimulus.

"The Senate is not going to be bullied into rushing out more borrowed money into the hands of Democrats’ rich friends who don’t need the help," he said during a Senate floor speech on Wednesday.

The leader then said Congress passed a $908 billion Covid-19 relief package that offered $600 stimulus checks instead.

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