Vet founder of crowdfunding campaign to build border wall. – 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.

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Purple Heart triple amputee veteran behind $20million ‘build the wall’ GoFundMe hits back at claims he is misspending funds after buying a $600,000 boat as donors question what happened to their money

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Brian Kolfage has found viral fame for a GoFundMe campaign that has raised 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.

A GoFundMe campaign accepting donations to fund a wall on the southern U.S. border has raised $700,000 in three days. Created on Sunday by Iraq war veteran and triple amputee Brian Kolfage, the "We will fund the wall" crowdfunding effort seeks to raise $1 billion to fund the construction of a physical barrier between the United States and Mexico.

Purple Heart triple amputee veteran behind $20million ‘build the wall’ GoFundMe hits back at claims he is misspending funds after buying a $600,000 boat – as donors question what happened to their money. brian kolfage, 37, was severely wounded in a 2004 rocket attack in Iraq ; He helped launch the project to help build the wall via donations in.

This pay wall is a hit.Brian Kolfage, an Air Force veteran who lost his legs and right arm during his second deployment in Iraq in 2004, started a GoFundMe campaign to fund a border wall between.