350,000 Americans Donate To Build Wall

350,000 Americans Donate To Build Wall

If you want something done – do it yourself! That’s the lesson that a third of a million Americans have taken to heart by reaching into their own pockets to help build the Beautiful Wall that American voters elected Donald Trump to deliver.

With the President seemingly paralysed by pressure from globalist ‘advisors’ and the liberal fake news media, Brian Kolfage (pictured above) a combat veteran who served two tours in Iraq with the Air Force, helped establish We Build the Wall, Inc. along with former Trump adviser Steve Bannon.

The non-profit organization set up a GoFundMe page late last year in an effort to raise funds from private U.S. citizens to help finance construction of a border wall along key sectors of the porous U.S.-Mexico border, where illegal immigrants from a variety of countries continue to pour through. Kolfage is a triple-amputee veteran who received the Purple Heart award for his service in Iraq. He, like many Americans who voted for Trump, is determined to see a border wall built to help protect the U.S. border and hinder illegal immigration.

“As a veteran who has given so much, three limbs, I feel deeply invested to this nation to ensure future generations have everything we have today,” Kolfage stated on the GoFundMe page for We Build the Wall, Inc., which as AFP goes to press has generated over $23.8 million in donations since it was established.

“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.”

Donations large and small began rolling in almost immediately, and picked up big-time over Memorial Day weekend, when construction of the privately funded wall began. According to The Epoch Times, the average donation received by We Build the Wall, Inc. was $67, and roughly $2 million was raised by $5 donations, demonstrating that many Americans want to see a wall built— even if they have to pay for it with private funds. “I realized that everyone can have an impact, and if you think you can’t have an impact then you’re wrong, because everyone who donated had a big impact,” Kolfage explained to The Epoch Times.

The recently completed half-mile section of the border wall was constructed near Sunland Park, N.M. in an area known to have long been exploited by illegal aliens, human and drug traffickers, and others attempting to illegally enter the United States.

According to Mike Furey, the director of construction operations for We Build the Wall, Inc. who has overseen the project, the barrier will be a tremendous asset to U.S. Border Patrol agents. “We actually, literally, in this first half-mile, going up a 31% grade, have cut off 19 drug trails, walking trails, and trafficking trails,” Furey noted.

Kolfage and his organization have big plans for the future and hope to continue to generate donation revenue to fund their other planned projects. “We have made a list of every single landowner on the U.S. border, and we have constantly been going down the list and making contact with each one, networking and figuring out who fits the mold for what we want to do,” Kolfage stated. “Currently, we have about 10 properties in the pipeline after this.”

If the Trump administration and congressional representatives continue to fail to secure the U.S. border and address the border crisis, hard-working and dedicated American patriots will step in and get the job done.

In the end, however, the only solution to mass immigration would be to eliminate the problem of an ageing and shrinking American (or British, Swedish, German, etc) population that underlies it. If our people were having a goodly (and goldy) number of children, then there simply wouldn’t be the gap which greedy big business and anti-white elites exploit to import the Third Worlders…