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Trippel-amputated air force veteran commissioned to raise $ 1B for the US-Mexico border

Brian Kolfage, a handicapped American aviation veteran, raises money to build a border between the US and Mexico wall. A triple amputary US military veteran says he was inspired to raise money for President Trump's border between USA and Mexico after reading a New York Post article that questioned why nobody had taken up the mantle. In just three days, Brian Kolfagas GoFundMe campaign, "We The People Will Fund The Wall," has raised more than 2 million dollars from more than 34,000 people, aiming to raise $ 1 billion. "About the 63 million people who voted for Trump each promise $ 80, we can build the wall," reads the page. "That's equivalent to about 5 trillion dollars, even if we get half, it's half the wall. We can do that." "If the 63 million people who voted for Trump each pledge 80 dollars, we can build the wall, equivalent to about 5 trillion dollars, even if we get half it's half the wall. We can do it." [19659007] – Brian Kolfage, Trippelamputat US Military Veteran Kolfage wrote that the campaign has been in contact with the Trump Administration "To secure a contact point where all funds will be completed." "As a veteran who has given so much, 3 limbs, I feel deeply invested in this nation to ensure that future generations have everything we have today." Kolfagas page reads. "Too many Americans have been murdered by illegal aliens and for many illegal immigrants, they are using US taxpayers without ever…

A triple amputary US military veteran says he was inspired to raise money for President Trump’s border between USA and Mexico after reading a New York Post article that questioned why nobody had taken up the mantle.

In just three days, Brian Kolfagas GoFundMe campaign, “We The People Will Fund The Wall,” has raised more than 2 million dollars from more than 34,000 people, aiming to raise $ 1

billion.

“About the 63 million people who voted for Trump each promise $ 80, we can build the wall,” reads the page. “That’s equivalent to about 5 trillion dollars, even if we get half, it’s half the wall. We can do that.”

“If the 63 million people who voted for Trump each pledge 80 dollars, we can build the wall, equivalent to about 5 trillion dollars, even if we get half it’s half the wall. We can do it.” [19659007] – Brian Kolfage, Trippelamputat US Military Veteran

Kolfage wrote that the campaign has been in contact with the Trump Administration “To secure a contact point where all funds will be completed.”

“As a veteran who has given so much, 3 limbs, I feel deeply invested in this nation to ensure that future generations have everything we have today.” Kolfagas page reads. “Too many Americans have been murdered by illegal aliens and for many illegal immigrants, they are using US taxpayers without ever contributing to our society.”

He added: “Democrats will stop the project by all means possible and play political games to insure President Trump is not their victory. You’d rather see President Trump fail than to see America succeed. But if we can fund a big deal of this wall, it will jump on things and there will be less money that Trump has to secure from our politicians. “

Kolfage is a retired American Air Force member serving in Iraq. During his second deployment for Operation Iraqi Freedom 2004, Kolfage was hit in a rocket attack at the Balad Air Base. According to Kolfage’s website, a 107mm rocket shell exploded about three meters from him. Kolfage lost both legs and right hand and demanded 11 months of treatment at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

Kolfage continued to serve in the air force for several years and was awarded the Davis Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona as the base security chief. Kolfage is “the most injured Airman to survive any war”, says his website. He is now a motivational speaker and has appeared several times on FOX News.

Basking graduated from the University of Arizona School of Architecture 2014 and is now married to children.

The White House did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment. This week, the White House was drawn to its $ 5 billion to finance the border wall in an overwhelming government shutdown.

“We have other ways we can get to it 5 billion dollars we will work with the congress, “White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told Fox News on Tuesday.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said Wednesday that the Senate will consider a measure to continue financing the government for to ward off a state shutdown – but it will not include Trump’s preferred cross-border funding allocation due to “19659005” BORDERVALLBETROWING BOOST FROM US SHERIFFS KROWDFUNDING SITE

Kolfagas campaign is not the first crowdfunding effort for to raise funds for the border. In September, the National Sheriff’s Association launched a website From mid December, the site has received nearly $ 160,000.

Fox News & Alex Pappas contributed to this report.

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