Mitch McConnell's Home in Kentucky Vandalized Over Stimulus Bill | 22 Words

Mitch McConnell has received a clear message after his Kentucky home was vandalized over his opposition to the $2,000 stimulus bill.

Keep scrolling to see what the vandals did...

Despite the fact the coronavirus vaccine is well on its way, a relief package to help people and businesses here in the U.S is still very much needed.

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This is why the second major stimulus bill including $600 stimulus checks, during the pandemic was approved by Congress in Decemeber.

Following the approval, a separate bill to boost the $600 stimulus checks up to $2,000 was then voted upon...

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But it faced difficulty in the Senate, with Kentucky's senior senator, Mitch McConnell, opposing it.

Something Kentucky residents weren't happy about...

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And they've made it very clear.

Now, pharmaceutical organizations from all around the world have been working tirelessly to discover a vaccine for months...

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But, to begin with, they didn’t have much luck.

However, some amazing news was brought to us a couple of weeks ago.

American multinational pharmaceutical corporation, Pfizer and German biotechnology company, BioNTech have been working on a coronavirus vaccine for the last few months, and now, it's finally ready.

The vaccine underwent its phase 3 study...

Which has enrolled 44,000 people in the U.S and in 5 other countries.

And as for the results?

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Well, they were looking that good that some countries have started distributing the COVID vaccine out to their citizens a few weeks ago.

Hundreds of thousands of people from all around the world have been waiting their turn to get the shot...

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And countries such as the United Kingdom have wasted absolutely no time in administering the vaccine.

However, despite this exciting news...

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Our world is not back to normal just yet.

With many people and businesses still struggling...

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Support is still desperately needed.

So the news at the end of December that a new coronavirus relief package had finally been agreed upon was a relief for many.

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But what many people weren't happy with was the resistance, by certain members, of a separate bill to bump the $600 stimulus checks up to $2,000.

Particularly, senator Mitch McConnell...

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As he rejected efforts to pass the standalone bill that would increase stimulus checks.

And as a result, has been sent a message that can't be missed.

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And the internet has been reacting to it...

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Mitch McConnell's Kentucky home was vandalized seemingly due to not passing the $2,000 stimulus bill.

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His home was sprayed with red and white paint with various messages, though the main one read...

"Were's my money."

Police say that right now, they don't know who's responsible for the vandalism, TMZ reported.

It's going to take a lot of scrubbing to remove that!

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For news on how some people have reacted recklessly to the virus, keep scrolling...