Vet behind ‘build the wall’ GoFundMe hits back at fund claims
Brian Kolfage has found viral fame for a GoFundMe campaign that has raised $20 million to build a border wall, but former employees of the Iraq War veteran have accused him of pushing fake news in order to get rich and collecting thousands of dollars for wounded veterans that never made it to them.
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Brian Kolfage – Wikipedia – brian kolfage (born september 21, 1982) is a veteran of the United States Air Force.He is a triple amputee with some articles claiming that he is the most severely wounded US airman in history. His injuries resulted in the fastest medevac to the United States from a war zone.. In December 2018, Kolfage initiated a $1 billion fundraising campaign for U.S. President Donald Trump’s proposed.
Brian Kolfage, the triple-amputee air force veteran behind the viral fundraising campaign for Trump’s border wall, used the GoFundMe page to fuel his larger efforts to build a lucrative email list.
For Brian Kolfage, a triple amputee severely wounded serving in the Iraq War and founder of a crowdfunding campaign to build a border wall, it’s not a matter of if Trump’s much-touted and.
As we reported earlier this week, triple amputee veteran brian kolfage started a GoFundMe campaign to raise funds for President Trump’s southern border wall. Since its inception on December 16, the effort has raised over five million dollars. As of this writing, $5,267,192 has been raised with 86,479 people contributing to the effort.
· As Wood’s plane pulled up to the gate, the GoFundMe campaign hit $1 million. By 10 a.m., he was at cruising altitude, hurtling toward north dakota. click to.