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Rosanne Boyland biography: 13 things about Donald Trump supporter from Kennesaw, Georgia

Rosanne Marie Boyland

Rosanne Marie Boyland

Rosanne Marie Boyland was a white woman from Kennesaw, Georgia, United States. Here are 13 more things about her:

  1. She was a Donald Trump supporter. (a)
  2. In April 2013, she was booked into Dawson County Detention Center in Dawsonville, Georgia on a drug offense. (a)
  3. She went to North Cobb High School in Kennesaw. (b)
  4. Her sisters described her as “a really happy, wonderful person.” (b)
  5. She has a tattoo across her chest with the words, “Beautiful Disaster.” (c)
  6. On April 29, 2010, she was arrested for obstruction by deputies from Bulloch County Sheriff’s Office in Statesboro, Georgia. (d)
  7. In 2011, she pleaded guilty to heroin and cocaine charges and receiving stolen property. (c)
  8. She was charged with heroin possession or distribution at least five times Georgia, particularly in Fulton and Cobb counties. (e)
  9. She had been arrested on battery charges, obstruction of law enforcement and trespass. (e)
  10. In October 2020, she was discharged from probation in Cobb County, Georgia for cocaine and heroin possession. (f)
  11. From Kennesaw, she and her friend Justin Winchell travelled to Washington, D.C., USA to hear Trump speak at the “Save America Rally” near the White House. (g)
  12. On January 6, 2021, she and Winchell joined their fellow supporters of the 45th U.S. president in a protest at the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C. The rioters breached the building disrupted a joint session of Congress to certify the vote of the Electoral College and affirm Joe Biden‘s victory in the 2020 presidential election. Winchell said she was pinned to the ground. (g) At around 5:00 p.m. that day, U.S. Capitol police performed CPR on her. She was admitted to the hospital where she died just after 6:00 p.m. She was youngest one among the five people who died because of the riot. She died at the age of 34. (h)
  13. The event on January 6, 2021 was the first event supporting the 45th U.S. president she ever attended, according to her family. Her sister Lonna Cave’s husband Justin Cave, a former HGTV show “Ground Breakers” host, blamed Trump for her death. He personally believes that the 45th U.S. president “incited a riot that cost four of his biggest fans their lives.” (h)

SOURCES:

a. Georgia Public Broadcasting

b. 11 Alive

c. Yahoo! Money

d. Statesboro Herald

e. The Daily Beast

f. Atlanta Journal-Constitution 

g. CBS 46

h. Daily Mail

19 replies »

  1. Very glad this fat, moron, trumptard is dead; clearly she was a mental and physical drain on the world and everyone is much better off with her gone.

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    • I’m a Dem and not here to celebrate her death like some others but are mourning the Death of Truth. If it weren’t for all the lies that Trump spurred people to believe he had a chance when almost 60 lawsuits, the Supreme Court, countless Republican governors and election officials had substantiated the results were accurate (including numerous re-counts in her own state of Georgia) this woman would likely be alive today.

      Let her own brother take ownership of that claim as he has stated. Big lies begat more lies. Can’t anyone else see that all Trump was doing was feeding his own bank account by claiming election fraud? Please wake up and see that the man has been and will always be a grifter and con man to the core.

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    • If you are too stupid to see the results of various coups de etat in banana republics as well as some countries that are still trying to recover from the damage that ensued then I am wasting my time. This country was set up to have a two party system among people who elect the people who represent them for terms that are set up in the Constitution. When the people don’t like the policies or the ideas of the individual representatives they vote them out. We do not have a king. Most of our laws are state or local. We are not a country of mob action. Until you have seen the destruction of war and civil wars you are not qualified to comment. I don’t like some of the policies of this government but I have a vote and a mouth and can attend party events that determine goals. If all you can do is resort to name calling without having any proof of the reasons you call someone else a maggot for what they believe then you have become useless and worthless. You cannot defend your ideas.

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    • He didn’t storm the Capitol in an act of sedition buddy—grow up already and stop making excuses for these low life, trashy fools…they are traitors just like their Demi-God Trump. Death seems like a fitting punishment for their crime.

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  2. did she feel the pain of george floyd as people piled on top of her and crushed her to death? did she call out to her mama like george floyd did while others stood by taking videos of her death? I wonder if she understood the BLM pain as she was crushed under the weight of all that hate. was she all in with MAGA, or did she sympathize with BLM? oh the sad irony

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  3. A White House adviser told Washington correspondent Olivia Nuzzi that Trump was watching television coverage of the siege and was enthusiastic, although he didn’t like that the rioters looked “low class.”

    This is what happens in every cult. The leader secretly despises you. Except Trump has been open about it, back to when he said he loved ignorant voters.

    All of this is on tape. Is “owning the libs” worth giving up self-respect?

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