The graffiti reading “Where’s my money?” Seen on a door of the home of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in Louisville, Ky, on Jan. 2 | Timothy D Easley / AP photo

LOUISVILLE, Ky – Vandals beat the leaders of the US The House and Senate over the holiday weekend stained their homes with graffiti and, in one case, a pig’s head when Congress did not approve an increase in the amount of money sent to individuals to help tackle the coronavirus pandemic

On Saturday in Kentucky, spray paint on the door of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and read, “EARN MY MONEY” MITCH KILLS THE POOR “was scrawled on a window. Under the mailbox was one against the Republican Senator directed profanity painted

At Nancy Pelosi’s house in San Francisco, someone sprayed graffiti and left a pig’s head and fake blood on New Year’s Day, police said.The vandalism was reported at 2 a.m. Friday, a police statement said, and a special investigation department is trying to determine who did it

KGO-TV reported that graffiti on the garage door of the Democratic Leader’s house read the sentences “$ 2K”, “Cancel rent!” and “We want everything,” which apparently points to the failed efforts by Democratic lawmakers to increase coronavirus aid controls from $ 600 to $ 2000

The news channel says surveillance cameras surround the three-story brick house in the Tony Pacific Heights neighborhood

“I’ve spent my career fighting for the first change and defending peaceful protest,” he stated. “I appreciate every Kentuckian who has participated in the democratic process, whether they agree with me or not. This is different from vandalism and fear politics have no place in our society ”

McConnell said he and his wife are not intimidated by the vandalism, “We just hope our neighbors in Louisville are not bothered too much by this radical tantrum”

Louisville police are investigating the incident at McConnell’s home, which occurred around 5 a.m. Saturday, with no suspects at the moment, police spokesman Dwight Mitchell said in an email

On New Years Day, Senate Republicans refused to allow debate on a bill to increase the amount of COVID-19 relief The increase, backed by President Donald Trump, passed the Democratic-run house but was blocked by McConnell

The government has started sending the smaller payments to millions of Americans, with the $ 600 payment going to those with incomes up to 75$ 000 Congress approved the payment in late December

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