Tainted homes of Democrat leaders
In the US, vandals attacked the homes of Democratic and Republican leaders in the US Congress.
The attackers actions were a response to another failed attempt by US lawmakers to agree on economic stimulus measures in the face of the covid pandemic.
In Kentucky, vandals sprayed offensive paint on the door and windows of Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell's home in Louisville. The vandals sprayed offensive paint on the door and windows of Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell's home.
In response, McConnell said that he had always fought for people's right to peaceful protest. McConnell said: "I appreciate every Kentuckian who participated in the democratic process, whether they agree with me or not". Also, he added that vandalism has no place in American society.
In addition, unidentified people poured artificial blood on the garage door at Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi's home in San Francisco and planted a pig's head there.
At the end of December, the Congress approved the first package of measures to help the US economy during a pandemic for $900 billion. However, on December 31 the Republicans blocked the Democrats attempt to increase the "coronavirus" payments to citizens.