Mitch McConnell shouted down in his hometown by angry protesters

While at an event in his hometown at the University of Louisville, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) was greeted by angry protesters.

A group advocating for climate change showed opposition against the Senator.

“One protester, identifying herself as a McConnell constituent, shouted at the Republican leader: ‘If you expect our leaders, why don’t you stand with us?’ The demonstration began as McConnell praised students on campus,” a report said.

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