Trump supporters now pressured to be on ‘down-low,’ US Capitol protester claims from exile in Belarus

Evan Neumann, wished by American prosecutors over the January 6 riots in Washington, has revealed to RT that he was beforehand a registered Democrat and solely got here to assist Donald Trump due to assaults within the mainstream media.

In an interview set to be revealed on Saturday, the previous California resident defined {that a} “wall of hate” towards Trump led to him to solid his poll in favor of the bombastic businessman on the 2016 election.

According to him, “the Trump supporters in California – the ones that I knew – don’t really congregate, and everybody’s on the down-low about it. Every now and then, somebody comes to me secretly, quietly – everything has to be secretive. Otherwise, you’re socially ostracized.”

Neumann is accused of storming the Capitol constructing as a part of the widespread dysfunction that hit the American capital within the wake of the 2020 presidential election, in addition to going through prices for “assaulting, redirecting, or impeding” legislation enforcement officers and “knowingly entering or remaining in” a restricted constructing.

Neumann says he relocated earlier this yr to Ukraine, the place he stayed for 4 months. However, after simply two weeks, he claims he was tailed by Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) officers, and finally determined to hunt asylum in Belarus.

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He insists that he’s harmless and was not chargeable for an altercation with legislation enforcement officers.

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