The half-mile private border wall that sprung up over Memorial Day weekend was hit with a cease and desist order Tuesday for being built in violation of Sunland Park, New Mexico, city ordinance. The wall, built near El Paso, Texas, by a nonprofit organization funded by triple-amputee Airforce veteran Brian Kolfage’s viral $20 million GoFundMe
Triple amputee Air Force veteran Brian Kolfage is refusing to answer basic questions about his new nonprofit organization that will use the funds raised by his viral $20 million GoFundMe to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Kolfage announced WeBuildTheWall Inc. on Friday, but documents submitted to Florida reveal the nonprofit was created over two weeks
The GoFundMe campaign meant to help fund President Donald Trump’s border wall has now raised more than $15 million in just five days. But now the man who started the “We The People Will Fund The Wall” campaign — a triple-amputee Iraq War veteran from Florida — is coming under attack in the mainstream media.
A GoFundMe campaign to fund President Donald Trump’s border wall has raised over $13 million in several days. There are lingering questions over whether the funds can be used to toward construction of the wall, with congressional approval needed to direct the money toward Homeland Security. Trump and congressional Democrats appear ready to enter a
On Monday, Fox News contributor Michael Goodwin asked: “where’s the GoFundMe for Trump’s wall?” Brian Kolfage, a triple amputee Iraq war veteran, has answered the call. Kolfage has started a campaign under “The Wall Fundraising Team” with the idea that “we the people will fund the wall,” and in just two days, the campaign