A group of 25 protesters all in support of gun control, gathered outside Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s home screaming vile threats in retaliation over the recent horrific mass shootings that took place within 24 hours of each other.

After information stating that McConnell would be home recovering from a fractured shoulder, protesters gathered in front of McConnell’s house.


Twitter locked McConnell’s account after the disturbing video of protestors was posted stating that the reason was because the video violated its policy “specifically threats involving physical safety.”

McConnell’s camp manager Kevin Golden stated,“Twitter will allow the words ‘Massacre Mitch’ to trend nationally on their platform. But locks our account for posting actual threats against us. We appealed and Twitter stood by their decision, saying our account will remain locked until we delete the video.”

Some protestors dragged shovels back an forth on the ground as a group of security personnel stood between the protestors and the senator’s home.

Protesters yelled, “The B*tch is home, we keep seeing the lights go on and off. This B*tch really thought he was going to get ready to be at home after he hurt his little punk a*s shoulder. B*tch don’t nobody give a f*ck! F*ck your thoughts and prayers, Mitch. F*ck you, F*ck your wife, F*ck everything you stand for.”

One woman said “Just stab the motherf—-r in the heart, please.”

A lady screamed, “You know what.. I don’t care if I go to jail.” A young child was also protesting with the group, holding a sign that said, “B*tch McConnell.”

Jesse Hunt, a spokesperson for the National Republican Senatorial Committee, issued a statement to The Hill, “Twitter’s hostile actions toward Leader McConnell’s campaign are outrageous and we will not tolerate it. The NRSC will suspend all spending with Twitter until further notice. We will not spend our resources on a platform that silences conservatives.”

Sen. Ted Cruz also supported the decision of the NRSC saying that he will also follow their lead, “We will not spend a single penny on Twitter until Mitch’s access has been restored.”