Triple-amputee veteran creates GoFundMe fundraiser for border wall

President Ronald Reagan famously said “Trust, but verify” — a Russian proverb — at the signing of the nuclear disarmament Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty with the Soviet Union on December 8, 1987.

This post is an effort at “trust, but verify”.

Four days ago on December 16, 2018, a triple-amputee Iraq War veteran named Brian Kolfage created a GoFundMe for donations toward construction of the US-Mexico border wall that has stymied Congress and Trump, although Trump’s State Department manages to give away $10.6 billion in aid to southern Mexico and $5.8 billion in aid to Central America from whence came the invading migrant “caravans” (Daily Wire).

Kolfage’s #GoFundTheWall fundraiser has already garnered more than $5.8 million from more than 96,000 people toward its goal of $1 billion.

Here is a FoxNews story on Kolfage and the fundraiser:

Pic of Brian Kolfage with family from Facebook

Kolfage writes on GoFundMe:

My name is Brian Kolfage, I have a verified blue check facebook page as a public figure and I’m a Purple Heart Recipient triple amputee veteran.

The government has accepted large private donations before, most recently a billionaire donated $7.5 Million  to fund half of the Washington Monument repairs in 2012; this is no different.

Like a  majority of those American citizens who voted to elect President Donald J Trump, we voted for him to Make America Great Again. President Trump’s main campaign promise was to BUILD THE WALL. And as he’s followed through on just about every promise so far, this wall project needs to be completed still.

As a veteran who has given so much, 3 limbs, I feel deeply invested to this nation to ensure future generations have everything we have today. Too many Americans have been murdered by illegal aliens and too many illegals are taking advantage of  the United States taxpayers with no means of ever contributing to our society.

I have grandparents who immigrated to America legally, they did it the correct way and it’s time we uphold our laws, and get this wall BUILT! It’s up to Americans to help out and pitch in to get this project rolling.

If the 63 million people who voted for Trump each pledge $80, we can build the wall. That equates to roughly 5 Billion Dollars, even if we get half, that’s half the wall. We can do this.

Democrats are going to stall this project by every means possible and play political games to ensure President Trump doesn’t get his victor. They’d rather see President Trump fail, than see America succeed.  However, if we can fund a large portion of this wall, it will jumpstart things and will be less money Trump has to secure from our politicians.

This won’t be easy, but it’s our duty as citizens. This needs to be shared every single day by each of you on social media. We can do it, and we can help President Trump make America safe again!

How do you know this is not a scam? I’m using my real name, my real information, you can contact me and hold me accountable. People who try to scam you will not be upfront with their information, they will hide and not use their name. I have a public figure Facebook page with a blue check  mark issued by facebook that verifies my identity.  I’m a retired United States Air Force member who was wounded in Iraq, and lost 3 limbs. I have a website where you can verify more about me.  I will respond. I’ve been on Fox News many times, you can see I’m credible and a real person. The Gary Sinise Foundation also built me and my family a home. Do your research before donating, and contact me if you have any questions.

• How will we get the funds to the right place? We have contacted the Trump Administration to secure a point of contact where all the funds will go upon completion. When we get this information secured we will update. We have many very high level contacts already helping.

• Republican Representative Steven Palazzo of Mississippi is introducing legislation to direct the Treasury Department to issue government savings bonds which would allow us to fund the wall with this method. This is just one option, there are others on the table being discussed.

100% of your donations will go to the Trump Wall.

We are working with a law firm on a legal document that will bind the government to using the funds for the border wall itself, nothing else.

We will hold all funds and not release a single penny until we have all legal aspects covered to ensure our money goes only to the wall.

• If we don’t reach our goal or come significantly close we will refund every single penny.  We are working on a time frame to achieve.

LET’S GET THIS WALL BUILT! And make America Safe Again!


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Make Payable to: GoFund The Wall

Brian Kolfage 
4833 Front St. Unit B-158
Castle Rock, CO 80104

4833 Front St. is a strip mall of various businesses; Unit B-158 is most likely a UPS Store.

Confusingly, the GoFundMe site has another location for Kolfage — Miramar, FL. Below is a screenshot of the page.

As poster draaaak of Voat points out, Miramar is in Florida’s very blue Broward County.

So I conducted a people search for “Brian Kolfage”. Below are the results:

(1) According to Spokeo, there is no Brian Kolfage in all of U.S.A.

(2) According to TruthFinder, there is no Brian Kolfage in Miramar, Florida, or anywhere in Florida.

(3) Nor is there a Brian Kolfage in Castle Rock, CO, or anywhere in Colorado:

(4) According to TruthFinder, there are only two individuals by the name of Brian Kolfage in all of U.S.A.:

Brian Gregory Kolfage, 65, was born in 1953; lives in and owns a modest home in Dearborn Heights, Michigan; has a business in Dearborn Heights — Professional Home Care; has a LinkedIn profile that is, however, “unavailable”.

According to Manta:

Professional Home Health Care is a privately held company in Dearborn Heights, MI and is a Single Location business.

Brian G. Kolfage, 37, was born in 1981; lives in Farmington Hills, Michigan, and has lived in Dearborn Heights, MI (in 2000); Miramar Beach, FL; Mulberry, FL; San Angelo, TX; Tucson, AZ; and Honolulu, HI. His business and employment history are listed as the same as 65-year-old Brian Gregory Kolfage — Professional Home Care in Dearborn Heights. The Facebook page identified with 37-year-old Brian G. Kolfage is a joint account he has with his wife, Ashley. Pictures on that Facebook page show this is the GoFundMe Brian Kolfage.

65-year-old Brian Gregory Kolfage must be the father of 37-year-old Brian G. Kolfage. Their towns of residence, Dearborn Heights and Farmington Hills, are only 12 miles apart.

I don’t know why Brian Kolfage gives two locations/addresses on GoFundMe (Miramar, FL and Castle Rock, CO), neither of which is his actual residence (for security reasons?). Other than that, he appears to be legit, although I would have more confidence if he already had a “legal document” instead of just “working” with a law firm on one, which would ensure that “100% of your donations will go to the Trump Wall”.

H/t CSM and Vivian Lee


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1 year ago

Like Delaware, I believe some businesses incorporate in Colorado but never do business there. Not sure of the angle, but I’m sure it has to do with the revenuers. Might be the tax thing in Floriduh too.

1 year ago

I read this morning where Trump is threatening not to sign their continuing resolution. He says his base doesn’t want him to. He’s right.

1 year ago

Good eye spotting the two cities/states! Anything related to “Mossad County” (Broward) would give me the willies for sure. The steel-slatted wall (vs. concrete) is what Israel has, per Potus & Mitchell tweets; plus, they said, it lets border patrol be able to see what’s happening on the other side, & that it’s a lot cheaper than concrete. Even so, it’s a creeper to always be doing what Israel does … or TELLS us what to do. (IDF training USA police depts. is bad enough. No wonder the “Friendly Neighborhood Cop” no longer exists.) Though Kolfage is likely legit, another… Read more »

1 year ago
Reply to  TPR

I agree with all that. I hope I’m not being misunderstood. I’m glad for when something goes right (or better), but that can simply be another ploy to get us to lower our expectations. Our expectations are not too high. There is NOTHING to compromise over. There are several who deserve prison. In the midst of all that The Odor is making their move. That’s how it works. They want to wear us down with meaningless distractions. I keep harping about going back to basics and I will continue to do so. Don’t forget who is supposed to work for… Read more »

Joseph BC69
Joseph BC69
1 year ago
Reply to  Lophatt

It was very refreshing to read your analysis and enthusiasm, which is exactly what is needed at this time. Kudos to this man for shaming Congress’s laggard lawyers into some meaningful action.

1 year ago
Reply to  TPR

This ought to be interesting, especially in light of the federal judge that thinks we should bring all of the asylum seekers who were denied back to the US at our expense for a redux.

I love this. This is PRECISELY what should happen. There are actually international laws about asylum. They have to seek it at the first country they come to. That’s not us.

This is exciting. I hope they do it.

Auntie Lulu
Auntie Lulu
1 year ago

If the American people are this eager to have a wall that they will willingly pay for it . . . . it is shameful that the folks in Washington DC can come up with BILLIONS of dollars for Guatemala and Mexico, but nothing to protect our Southern border. It is just outrageous. I am going to donate to this cause, and I just hope that the money will actually go to the US government to BUILD THE WALL.

Stephen L. Wiseman
Stephen L. Wiseman
1 year ago

Senior Airman Ret Brian Kolfage USAF
I put the above into duckduckgo
I looked at photos
Much can be learned about him from stories on websites linked to the pics.
Like how he lost both legs and his right forearm from a rocket attack on 9/11/04. has a number of articles about Kolfage.
The Gary Sinise Foundation built Kolfage a house in 2016, in Sandestin, Florida.
One of the things I found interesting was his open letter to obama.

Steven Broiles
1 year ago

I hope Kolfage is the real deal, but here’s the problem: According to various laws, he must direct those funds to their stated intended purpose, or, refund each donor his money. Can this be done? Yes, private individuals may raise money for a wall. But now the next step is to forward that to a neutral third party—if the laws allow for that. Ultimately, it is up to Congress to fund the wall. What if they refuse to accept that money? Or, what if they accept that money and promise to use it for that wall, only to spend it… Read more »

1 year ago
Reply to  Steven Broiles

This is almost “too perfect” (if you know what I mean). I’d be suspicious. Anyway, I like the other idea above. Let the cartels pay for it.

1 year ago

It always breaks my heart seeing our people dead, and or missing limbs, fighting in wars that our nation has no business being in. How come the billionaire Ashkenazi’s in the US, pass millions & billions for their “causes” but never to our veterans, who as Mel Gibson correctly pointed out, are fighting “wars for the jews”?


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