To increase triple-amputee Air Force veteran on a mission $1B for the US-Mexico border wall

Brian Kolfage is a retired US Air Force member who was wounded in Iraq and lost three limbs, according to his GoFundMe page.

A triple-amputee U.S. military veteran, says he was inspired to raise money for President Trump U.S.-Mexican border wall after reading a New York Post article, that the question of why no one took the coat.

In just three days, Brian Kolfage, the GoFundMe campaign, “We, The people to Finance The wall”, has racked up more than $ 2 million from more than 34,000 people, with a goal of raising $1 billion.

“If the 63 million people voted for trump, every pledge of $80, we build the wall”, which reads a page. “This is equivalent to about 5Billion dollars, even if we half that is the half of the wall. We can do this.”

“If the 63 million people voted for trump, every pledge of $80, we build the wall. This corresponds to approximately 5Billion dollars, even if we half that is the half of the wall. We can do this.”

— Brian Kolfage, triple amputee US military veteran

Kolfage wrote that the campaign was successful, and secured in contact with the trump administration”, a focal point, where all the funds go to completion.”

“As a veteran who has given so much to 3 members, I feel deeply invested in this nation, in order to ensure that future generations everything that we have today reads,” Kolfage page. “Too many Americans have been murdered by illegal aliens and to many illegal use of the United States, the taxpayer, and, without ever making a contribution to our society.”

He added: “the Democrats go possible to stall this project by any means, and not play political games to make sure President Trump his victory. You would rather manage to see President Trump fail to see, as America. However, if we Finance a large part of this wall, it will start to help things and be less money Trump has sure of our politicians.”


Kolfage is a retired US Air Force member who served in Iraq. During his second deployment for Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2004, Kolfage attack in Balad Air Base was injured in a rocket. According to Kolfage’s website, a 107mm rocket grenade about three feet exploded away from him. Kolfage lost both legs and his right hand and required 11 months of therapy at Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

Kolfage still in the Air Force for several years and was assigned to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona as the base security manager. Kolfage is “the most severely wounded airman to survive any war,” his website States. He is now a motivational speaker and has performed several times on FOX News.

Kolfage is a graduate of the University of Arizona School of Architecture in 2014 and is now married with children.

The White house did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment. This week, the White house, for its 5 billion US-Dollar figure, for the financing of the border wall in the midst of an impending government shutdown dragged back.

“We have other ways we can get $5 billion, we will work with Congress,” White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told Fox News on Tuesday.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., on Wednesday, the Senate will consider a stopgap to prevent to continue funding the government, a government shutdown – but it does not Trump count the desired mapping for boundary wall-financing, because the “reality of our political presence.”


Kolfage campaign is not the first crowdfunding attempt, the money for the border wall. In September, the National Sheriff’s Association has launched a website for donations. As of mid-December, the website has collected nearly $160,000.

Fox News’ Alex Pappas contributed to this report.

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