Cuban American Enrique Tario, Leader Proud boysSaid that there are “seven” members of the group Driven for attack on United States Capitol They know that this was a “mistake” and they assure that they are not a racist group.
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Tario, who lives in the dark and rises in Little Havana, Miami, told the América Teve Channel in Spanish that he spoke with members of his group, who are divided and “know the entry was wrong.”
He insists that he believes he has been presented with criminal charges that deserve him.
He also assured that he was saved from attending Congress headquarters in Washington because he was arrested a few days ago in that city on charges related to burning banners with slogans “Black Lives Matter“(” Black Life Matter “).
“God saved me, God was talking to me,” Cuba said, elaborating that he had entered the Capitol because of the feeling of the moment.
Dozens of people, including several former military personnel, were arrested and prosecuted on January 6 at congressional headquarters by supporters of then President Donald Trump, leading to five deaths.
Tario was shown in interviews as a loyal follower of the former Republican President (2017-2021), wearing a red hat with the number 47, in reference to the President of the United States who will be elected in 2024 and is expected to Be trump
Tario, who was born in Florida to parents from Arroyo Naranjo (Cuba), said that “80%” of the members of the Proud Boys in South Florida are Cubans.
Cuba said he ran as a candidate for the Miami district, which Cuban-American Maria Elvira Salzar won in 2020.
However, he points out that the Proud Boys group is “not political”, that they reject “socialist policies” such as the Hispanic Congress of Alexandria Ocasio Cortez and identify with the principles of conservatism.
He explained that the group considers the “terrorists” to be the liberal group Black Lives Matter and Antifa (anti-fascism), a movement considered anarchist against fascists, racists, and excessive authority, believing that they are minority and marginalized Invade communities.
On the other hand, he said that neither he nor Proud Boy are racists, and fascists like Communists are “authoritarian”, which should not take place in the United States.
Trump faced impeachment last month, the second of his term, accusing the Capitol of inciting his supporters, but was acquitted by the Senate.
With information from EFE