Black Lives Matter protesters were caught on video shouting "I can't breathe" and demanding unemployment checks outside of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's house on Thursday.
"If we don't get $600! No peace! I said if we don't get $600! No peace!" activists shouted in a call-and-response chant. "I said if we don't get $600! No peace! I said if we don't get $600! No peace!"
The protesters also chanted "I can't breathe" and "Black Lives Matter" outside McConnell's Washington, D.C., home.
"I need that money, and until I get that money, I'm going to be right here on C Street everyday until I get it," one protester shouted.
Protesters were yelling about a coronavirus relief bill shot down by Democrats that included a second round of Paycheck Protection Program funding, as well as $105 billion for schools and universities.
The bill had been introduced by the McConnell. It is unclear when additional relief funding will be approved.
View the video here.