Who is Rosanne Boyland? Wiki, Bio, Kennesaw woman Died in Capitol Protests, Family, Career, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Rosanne Boyland
Rosanne Boyland

Rosanne Boyland Wiki – Rosanne Boyland Bio

Rosanne Boyland, also called Roseanne, was identified as another trump supporter following the Capitol occupation. On January 6, 2021, Trumpsters raided the Capitol building during the Congressional Electoral Board vote count, and Boyland was among the Trump Mob. She reportedly died due to medical conditions that were not elaborate she.

Other victims who died in the fiasco were Air Force Veterinarian 55-year-old Kevin Greeson, 50-year-old Benjamin Phillips and 35-year-old Ashli Babbitt, who were shot by the Capitol Police.

Rosanne Boylan Died 

Rosanne Boyland was a rebel who died of a “medical emergency” following the turmoil in the Capitol Building. According to the Washington Examiner, Rosanne was 34 years old and came from Kennesaw, Georgia.

Many people were seriously injured in the clashes that followed after the rebels fought the cops and entered government buildings.

Rosanne Boyland shared conspiracy theories about NYC First Lady Chirlane McCray on her FB page this week, tips for depression and drug addiction, and advice for those traveling to DC on Jan. 6.

 

The other three victims who died were identified as 55-year-old Kevin Greeson, 50-year-old Benjamin Phillips and 35-year-old Ashli Babbitt. Metropolitan Police Department Deputy Chief Robert Contee III said he believed Greeson and Phillips also died of medical emergencies.

Ashli Babbit, a female Californian Air Force officer, identified as a protester killed in the Capitol building on Wednesday, January 6, 2021. Her husband Aaron said Ashli Babbit, who lives around San Diego, was fatally hit in the pro-President Trump chaos.

The White House made a statement after the news that mourned Babbitt’s death.

“The White House is mourning the loss of life yesterday and giving sympathy to their families and loved ones,” Press Minister Judd Deere said. “We also continue to pray for the speedy recovery of those injured.”

Capitol Building Invasion

Senators gathered at Congress on January 6th to vote and approve the results of the 5 January election. Protesters broke the fences outside the U.S. Capitol and raided the building and the Congress buildings were locked. Vice President Mike Pence and then other Senators were evacuated from the building and taken to a safe place.

The Pentagon said that approximately 1,100 District of Columbia National Guard members were mobilized to support law enforcement in the Capitol.

After lawmakers were allowed to return to the building, the joint session of Congress was re-convened and the election school number 306 for Biden and 232 for Trump was approved. As the night took on emotions from the early hours of the day, during the Pennsylvania dispute, the House of Representatives almost spread to the ground as they hit the ground.

GOP’s Morgan Griffith protested after Democrat Conor Lamb said that the violation of the Capitol by an angry crowd earlier in the day was “inspired by lies, the same lies you heard in this room tonight”.