Congress Leaders Homes Defaced Following Stimulus Disappointment

The residences of the two most powerful members in Congress namely House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have been defaced according to police. The deviant actions took place after the Senate postponed a vote to increase stimulus checks to $2,000 which many seen as allowing Americans to hemorrhage after a already 9 month financial bleed that was triggered and sustained by the current covid-19 pandemic. McConnell released a statement after discovering his home was painted with graffiti saying “Vandalism and the politics of fear have no place in our society. My wife and I have never been intimidated by this toxic playbook. We just hope our neighbors in Louisville aren’t too inconvenienced by this radical tantrum.”

House Leader Nancy Pelosi alongside her San Francisco property. Source: Zach Gibson/Getty Images/KPIX-TV

Louisville Metro Police are currently looking into the matter and have yet to identify any suspects according to the offices spokesman Dwight Mitchell and CNN. McConnell is the second legislative members home to be targeted and comes after Pelosi’s on last Friday. The San Francisco Police Department described the scene as having “painted graffiti on the garage door” which accompanied a “pig’s head” that was left on the sidewalk. Seems like someone isn’t too happy about the House Speaker turning down the 1.8 trillion dollar GOP offer that included $1,200 checks to hurting Americans nor McConnell’s recent senate stall on expanded stipends. Are you happy their okay but hoping they take continual steps to ensure Americans are?


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