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Droves of protesters descended on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-Ky.) home in Kentucky on Saturday after he said President Trump’s nominee to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg would receive a vote on the Senate floor, even with the presidential election just weeks away.
According to The Courier-Journal and local media, over 100 protesters flocked to McConnell’s home in Louisville. In footage and photos captured from the demonstration, some could be seen holding signs with messages like “Honor Her Wish” and “Ruth Sent Us” and others reading phrases like “Ditch Mitch.”
The article goes on to state the following:
Some protesters could also be seen chanting phrases like “Vote him out” and “RBG,” referring to Ginsburg, in footage taken Saturday. The demonstration reportedly lasted for about three hours. Some protesters had been approached by local police for blocking the street during the protest and at least one demonstrator was arrested, the Courier-Journal reports.
— Joel Willett (@realJoelWillett) September 19, 2020
Here’s how to register dissatisfaction w/policy in 2020: You’ve already rioted, committed acts of vandalism, arson, screamed in folks’ faces, impeded traffic, attacked cops. Now, best way to change opinions is by invading private property.
— James A. Gagliano (@JamesAGagliano) September 20, 2020
HAPPENING NOW IN #LOUISVILLE: Protesters are outside Sen. Mitch McConnell’s home. This comes after he announced that he will push to fill the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy following the death of #RuthBaderGinsburg @WLKY pic.twitter.com/8ae6fXsP5U
— Shaquille Lord (@ShaqWLKY) September 19, 2020
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