Rosen Boyland, a supporter of US President Donald Trump and the Qian group, was trampled to death on Capitol Hill. Rosen was one of five people killed in the incident. Rosen’s family says Rosen is a victim of Donald Trump’s lies about the election. He had to give his life because of Trump.
Rosen’s sister, Lona Cave, told the media that Rosen had no intention of going to Washington to commit violence. “I’m just going to show my support for Trump,” he said as his family prevented him from leaving.
Rosen was once a drug addict. He later started counseling to get out of there. Rosen firmly believed that Trump had won the November election, according to the dark conspiracy theory propagated by Trump and his supporters. Lona said in a statement from her Atlanta suburban home last Friday that such a theory was widespread.
Rosen was arrested more than once for drug offenses. But for several years he began to live a conservative life. Suddenly he became enthusiastic about politics. A friend of his, Nicholas Stamatis, told the media.
Many jambalayas between protesters and police pushing themselves are trapped. Many fell down and were trampled underfoot. At one point, Rosen fell to the ground and was trampled. I was trying to pull him. Then another fell on Rosen. Another walked over Rosen’s chest
Justin Winchel, Rosen’s friend
Lona, a former host of the HGTV show Ground Breakers, said Rosen joined an addiction release group in Atlanta. He was also very attentive to his family. Rosen used to pick up her little niece from school every day.
My personal belief is that the president’s provocative remarks have provoked the bloody riots on Wednesday,” Lonas saids. Its victims are its blind supporters. Rosen’s erroneous political views and her allegiance to the Qian group also sparked controversy among the sisters.
Rosen used to post on his Facebook page praising Trump. He used to upload various pictures and videos.
Rosen’s friend Stamathis told Atlanta WGCL TV that they regularly chatted on Facebook Messenger.
Justin Winchel, another friend of Rosen’s, said: “At one point many people got into a fight between the police and the protesters. Many fell down and were trampled underfoot. At one point, Rosen fell to the ground and was trampled. I was trying to pull him. Then another fell on Rosen. Another walked over to Rosen’s chest. ‘
On Twitter, Rosen retweeted a post from White House social media director Dan Scavino. There was also a picture of a gathering of several thousand people around the Washington Monument taken last Wednesday. In another post, there was a picture of Trump giving a speech.