"Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and liberal Twitter personalities are trying to dox some underage kids for taking a photo with a cutout at the Fancy Farm political picnic and are cheering on thousands of accounts calling for Senator McConnell to 'break his neck, ' " a campaign tweet said.
It's the second time since last weekend McConnell has received negative criticism to a social media post.
On Twitter, Ocasio-Cortez retweeted the photo to McConnell.
McConnell's campaign said that the photo was of a display built by supporters and that it was based on a newspaper cartoon, the Washington Post reported. Just wanted to clarify: are you paying for young men to practice groping and choking members of Congress w/ your payroll, or is this just the standard culture of #TeamMitch?
McGrath in a tweet called the tombstone photo "troubling" and noted it was posted hours after the El Paso, Texas, shooting.
The campaign's tweet on Saturday featured a grave marker with the name of Amy McGrath, who is a Democratic challenger in his 2020 Senate race in Kentucky, along with a photo of McConnell, whom they referred to as the "Grim Reaper of Socialism".
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The photo shows seven men in "Team Mitch" T-shirts posing with the cutout, but one of the men is groping her while the other pretends to choke her. "I am appalled that in this divisive political climate-a climate where gun violence fueled by hate is on the rise-Mitch McConnell is joking about the death of his current and former opponents and a federal judge".
Protesters also took aim at McConnell's wife, Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao.
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Following the shootings, McConnell called them "horrifying acts of violence".
'Elaine's and my prayers go out to the victims of this bad violence, their families and friends, and the courageous first responders who charged into harm's way'. McConnell's "Team Mitch" campaign yard signs were scattered among the tombstones.
The McConnell campaign said in a statement that it "in no way condones" the image, but it condemned "the far-left and the media" for writing about the incident.