Another protester said, And if we have to vote all of you congressmen and senators out and replace you, we will.

McConnell's office responded with a statement to The Hill on Thursday suggesting the minority leader would not be cowed by liberal protests. 

"Senator McConnell believes our top priority must be to get the economy going again, which will put Kentuckians back to work," wrote Robert Steurer, a spokesman for McConnell. "Liberal activist groups like know how to create good street theatre but judging by their lock-step support of the Obama agenda it appears they don't have the foggiest clue what creates a job."

The activists also dropped off copies of the “Contract for the American Dream” — which calls for more spending, more jobs and fairer taxes — at the offices of McConnell, Rep. John YarmuthJohn Allen YarmuthKentucky candidate takes heat for tweeting he'd like to use congressman for target practice Republican health policy is destroying rural health care McConnell, Schumer tap colleagues to explore budget reform MORE (D-Ky.) and Sen. Rand PaulRandal (Rand) Howard PaulTrump formally sends Pompeo nomination to Senate Spending bill delay raises risk of partial government shutdown support Overnight Defense: Senate sides with Trump on military role in Yemen | Dem vets push for new war authorization on Iraq anniversary | General says time isn't 'right' for space corps MORE (R-Ky.).

This post was updated at 3:52 p.m. to reflect the statement from McConnell's office.