In Wake Of Justice Ginsburg’s Death, Protests At Kentucky Home Of Sen. McConnell  Saturday, Sep 19 2020 

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Leslie Marlin stood in front of a row of nondescript brick condominiums in Louisville’s Highlands neighborhood, the home of the city’s best-known politician, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. It was the day after the news that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died from pancreatic cancer at age 87. Marlin held a sign with two lines of Sen. McConnell’s own words. 

“Oh, this is just the quote from Mitch McConnell from four years ago.” she explained. 

That quote, from February, 2016, was scrawled on a number of placards among the hundred or so demonstrators who had gathered here on Saturday afternoon. 


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McConnell Says Banning No-Knock Warrants Is ‘Not An Issue At The Federal Level’ Tuesday, Sep 1 2020 

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Kentucky’s senior U.S. Senator, Republican Mitch McConnell, said it’s not his job to weigh in on whether no-knock warrants should be banned statewide.

McConnell spoke in Lexington Tuesday, when the Kentucky Fraternal Order of the Police endorsed his re-election campaign. He addressed a bill, pre-filed by Democratic Rep. Attica Scott last month. It’s been called “Breonna’s Law for Kentucky” — Breonna Taylor was shot and killed in March by Louisville Metro Police officers carrying out a warrant with a provision that allowed them to enter her home without knocking.

“This whole debate over no knock warrants is a matter of law,” McConnell said Tuesday. “You either allow them or you don’t whether it will be taken up at the state level, I don’t know. But that’s not an issue, I think, at the federal level.”


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Kathy Brannan Sargeant Has A Message For Hillbilly Report. Wednesday, Jul 5 2017 

It seems that Kathy Brannan Sargeant, Chairwoman of the Hardin County Republican Party of Ky. didn’t approve of our Hardin County GOP Lincoln Day and Mitch McConnell coverage June 30, 2017. Kathy Brannan Sargeant, Chairwoman of the Hardin County Republican … Continue reading →

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