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Sen. Susan Collins Found A Number Of Body Bags On Porch Of DC Home

(Obtained by Daily Caller)

Henry Rodgers Senior Congressional Correspondent
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Republican Maine Sen. Susan Collins found a number of black body bags on the porch and in the front yard of her Washington D.C. home, sources tell the Daily Caller.

Collins, who was re-elected for another term in November, reportedly approached her home Tuesday morning to find over a dozen body bags on her porch and throughout her yard in D.C.

The signs on the bags read: “TRUMP COVID DEATH” … “270,000” and more.

Body bags/Susan Collins DC Home/Obtained by Daily Caller

(Body bags/Susan Collins DC Home/Obtained by Daily Caller)

Collins was part of the bipartisan group that introduced a $900 billion coronavirus stimulus package Tuesday morning. (RELATED: Republican Maine Sen. Susan Collins Trailed In Polls For Months Before Winning Reelection Against Democratic Challenger)

Body Bags:Susan Collins DC Home:Obtained by Daily Caller

(Body Bags:Susan Collins DC Home:Obtained by Daily Caller)

Dozens of politicians across the U.S. have tested positive for COVID-19. There are at least 28 current members of the House, 19 Republicans and nine Democrats, who have tested positive, according to Fox News congressional correspondent Chad Pergram. There is also at least one incoming member of the House who has tested positive. (RELATED: Woman Arrested After Allegedly Threatening To Decapitate Sen. Susan Collins)

Collins office did not immediately respond to the Daily Caller when asked for a comment on the body bags.