McConnell Declares That He Will ‘Not Be Intimidated’ Amid Threatening Protests Outside His Home

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Following violent acts of protest outside of his home this week, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is putting his foot down that he will “not be intimidated” by the demonstrators.

A protest broke out outside of McConnell’s Kentucky home — where the lawmaker is recovering from a fractured shoulder — on Monday night as roughly 20 to 30 people shouted profane messages, going as far as someone yelling, “just stab the mother f*cker in the heart.”

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However, the Senate majority leader isn’t backing down, as he told WHAS, a radio station in Kentucky, “I have a word for everybody who’s been in the front yard, and everybody who’s trying to get in my space: I will not be intimidated by you people. Not a chance.”

“Not a single thing you do is going to alter how I operate on behalf of my constituents and the country for whom I have a significant amount of responsibility,” he continued. – READ MORE

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