Outside of Kentucky, everyone knows he's not doing a damned thing differently. Here's what he said about the crisis last week in D.C.: "I don't think we have yet felt the urgency of acting immediately. That time could develop, but I don't think it has yet."
The urgency McConnell is experiencing right now is having the Senate in session to confirm Trump judges, as well as a few other nominees, and nothing else. He's endangering the entire Senate by having them all be together in D.C. to vote on judges. Not on saving the citizens or the economy from coronavirus, but getting his Federalist Society pals packed into federal benches throughout the country.
That's $11 billion to Kentucky, paid for disproportionately by blue state taxpayers, and no more money for the first-responders, or teachers, or utility workers across the country that have kept their towns and cities and states running. This is what McConnell's campaign is claiming as "leadership."