Protest Groups With 'Common Goal' Rally at Mitch McConnell's Louisville Home

Demonstrators from opposite ends of the political spectrum rallied at the Kentucky home of Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Saturday, January 2, under one speaker called their “common goal” of seeking greater financial support for Americans.

“That is our common goal,” a woman tells the crowd, in footage from WHAS 11 News reporter Heather Fountaine. “We all know that Trump supporters and what everybody wants to call Black Lives Matter has their differences, but collectively we are here because Mitch is a b——-, and he owes the American people money. Period.”

Local news reported that McConnell’s Louisville home had been vandalized in the early hours of Saturday morning, after he blocked a vote on raising pandemic stimulus payments to $2,000. Credit: Heather Fountaine/WHAS 11 News via Storyful