Hero Vet Raising Wall Funds Just Got An Amazing Gift After Vicious Attack By The Left

It’s been quite a time for triple-amputee veteran Airman Brian Kolfage. In just 6 days he raised $16 million for President Trump’s border wall, then actress Alyssa Milano mocked him for “not helping vets,” and two anti-Trump BuzzFeed writers tried to smear him as a racist & thief. Failed comedian Jimmy Kimmel also chimed in by mocking Kolfage’s efforts saying, “a lot of these people are dipping into their meth money for this.”

Despite the attacks from the unhinged left, there are good people out there who want to see Airman Kolfage succeed. The Iraq War veteran took a much-needed break from the wall campaign tonight & took his family out for dinner. Kolfage has been operating on about 4 hours of sleep per night since he started the wall fund. He’s been bombarded with interview requests from media, and is in constant contact with the Trump administration and various members of Congress and legal experts. He’s also had to create & maintain a new website, do data analysis, and maintain an engaging presence on several social media platforms. It would be taxing work for anyone, let alone a person who lost both legs & an arm.

Airman Kolfage, Walter Reed Medical Center, 2005

Airman Kolfage shared this inspiring message on his Twitter feed:

“Just went out to dinner with my family, had a large bill between all of us. The restaurant comped the entire bill and thanked me. I won’t say the name because liberals will attack but it is a major chain and very nice. AMERICANS WANT THE WALL.”

Isn’t it awesome that there are patriotic Americans who would do this for a deserving veteran, especially in the midst of all the attacks from the left? It’s an amazing gesture that the triple-amputee surely appreciates.

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This is a video clip from the Gary Sinise Foundation. Brian was interviewed by Sinise in 2016. In the video, Brian explains that it takes a “ton of work” just to walk. He goes on to tell of when he & his wife Ashley had their first child, and how he felt his body wearing down because of the energy it took to take care of his new family. Brian had turned down an offer from the actor for his foundation to build him a home because he thought there were other wounded veterans who needed it more. WATCH.

If Brian felt that then, you can only imagine what he’s feeling now with the rigors of the new campaign to fund the wall, and also taking care of his family. Amputee veterans have many more hurdles to jump in life than we do. We think of them as larger-than-life heroes, which they are, yet, they get tired too, and most of us will never experience what they have to overcome every minute of every day.

Thank you to the people who provided Kolfage & his family some much-needed positivity!

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To donate to Kolfage’s wall fund, go to the official GoFundMe account HERE

SEND CHECK DONATIONS TO (This is listed on the official GoFundMe account so you can verify):
Make Payable to: WeFund The Wall
Brian Kolfage
4833 Front St. Unit B-158
Castle Rock, CO 80104

The official wall fundraiser site is at www.wefundthewall.com
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Like his verified Facebook page HERE

You can support Airman Kolfage by purchasing coffee from his company, Military Grade Coffee, which gives 10% of proceeds to veterans charities by going to www.militarygradecoffee.com

Take a minute to watch Kolfage’s amazing “Alive Day” video & see what he experienced after being wounded. IF YOU DO NOTHING ELSE IN THIS WORLD, WATCH THIS VIDEO. If you don’t shed a tear, I question your humanity.

Brian Kolfage alive day from Brian on Vimeo.

Share this if you’re thankful for Airman Kolfage’s sacrifice & continued service for America!

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Jeff covers border news in the US and has traveled around the world documenting the border walls and counter-terrorism efforts of other countries. He runs the Rainforth Report on Substack. In 2022 Jeff embarked on a border crisis tour, documenting cartel trafficking of drugs and humans. The year before he was contracted to film on the border with Ben Bergquam of America's Voice News and also for Women Fighting for America. Jeff was the videographer for the March for Trump bus tour which crossed the country twice and ended on January 6th, 2021 in DC at the Capitol. He filmed the events that took place at the Capitol Building. Jeff was the videographer and news editor for We Build the Wall, the organization founded by triple-amputee vet hero Brian Kolfage. He was the sole photographer allowed to be on site to document the construction of the first ever privately built border wall. Jeff has worked on Kolfage's projects since 2015. Steve Bannon sent Jeff to embed with the Hong Kong protesters, covering their fight for freedom against the Chinese Communist Party, and regularly films inside of riots in Democrat-run cities in the United States. Bannon also sent Jeff to film for a documentary on border walls in mainland China as COVID was about to emerge from the country. Bannon and Kolfage then sent Jeff to film walls and counter-terrorism efforts in Thailand, Malaysia, Israel by the Gaza Strip, Hungary & Serbia, France, Spain, and north Africa. As of 2022 Jeff is an editor at Populist Press and other news sites. Jeff did a special 2nd Amendment project for Navy SEAL Rob O'Neill who killed Bin Laden, and he was the national rally organizer to free Marine Sgt. Tahmooressi from the Mexican prison. He is chairman emeritus of Ross Perot’s Reform Party of California, and a former candidate for governor. He wrote for former war correspondent & Breitbart contributor, Pat Dollard, and headed up his 30-person research team. Mr. Rainforth also wrote for the Wayne Dupree Show. Jeff is a two-time nominee for the prestigious Blog Bash Award for best activism for organizing the national movement to form a select committee on Benghazi, and for his role as the national rally organizer to free Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi from Mexican imprisonment. Jeff appears in Sgt. Tahmooressi's mother's book, "When Light Prevails."

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