HUGE! TRUMP Border Wall GoFundMe Page Passes $8.0 Million in Donations — 133,000 DONORS!!
A Florida-based triple amputee veteran has created a GoFundMe push to fund President Trump’s border wall through donations from the public.
Brian Kolfage, who launched the GoFundMe, has also been an active free speech advocate who has spoken against censorship on digital media platforms.
Kolfage promises that he will make sure the United States government will be legally required to spend the donations on the wall and only the wall.
The GoFundMe page passed $1 million in donations on Wednesday afternoon.
It was at $500K on Wednesday morning.
** On Thursday afternoon the GoFundMe page for the wall passed
$3.3 Million 7.2 million dollars $8.1 million — with 118,542 donors!
UPDATE— Brian is including a mailing address later today for those who would rather send checks.
— This is despite the GoFundMe page being censored.
Brian Kolfage, the triple amputee Air Force veteran who is behind the #GoFundTheWall effort on GoFundMe, told The Gateway Pundit that he believes the crowdfunding site has begun censoring the fund to build the wall along our southern border.
In an update to supporters of the campaign, which is barrelling towards $700k in the first 48 hours, he alleges that it is becoming increasingly harder to find the #GoFundTheWall page through the search tool on GoFundMe. Kolfage is urging people to share the direct link on social media and with prospective donors in order to avoid confusion.
“GoFundMe removed our Trump Wall campaign from their top list. We are the top fundraiser right now and they removed it from the list. We were front and center on their homepage. Do they not want us to succeed?
Why are they suppressing us? Just like Facebook & Twitter have done, now GoFundme?
NOTE: They haven’t stopped us from fundraising. They just made it difficult for people to find us.”
GoFundMe has removed the #GoFundTheWall campaign from the trending page for no reason & are making it difficult for users to find using the search tool, as per organizer / veteran @BrianKolfage. Read about the effort, which has raised close to $700k –> https://t.co/XhImQuDB7A
— Jacob Engels (@JacobEngels) December 19, 2018