Brian Kolfage, A US Veteran triple-amputee war hero. For Detroit, Michigan-native Brian Kolfage, service, sacrifice, and perseverance have been at the core of what can only be described as a truly remarkable story.

While on his second deployment for Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2004, Senior Airman Kolfage found himself at the center of an extraordinary set of circumstances. On September 11, 2004, after working a night shift at Balad Air Base in Iraq, he awoke in the afternoon, left his tent to get some water, and walked about 25 feet when the airbase came under a surprise rocket attack.

One of Brian’s closest friends at the base was thrown from his bed during the attack. Miraculously, despite the noise of the rockets, he heard Brian’s screams and rushed outside to find his friend bloody, mangled, and clinging to life. He called for a medic and rushed to help Brian, who was struggling to breathe after one of his lungs had collapsed.

The medic quickly wheeled Brian into treatment and airlifted him almost immediately to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Despite suffering multiple amputations (Brian lost both of his legs and his right arm) and the looming possibility of death, Brian maintained incredible strength and courage throughout his recovery. The fact that no one with his level of amputation has ever been able to walk independently didn’t discourage him. With an undiminished spirit, he still saw opportunities and worked with feverish determination through his physical therapy program, gaining strength and balance every day.

Truly his life is a roller coaster despite his disability, he didn’t stop there. He even finished at the University of Arizona’s School of Architecture, where he rose through the ranks to reach the top of his class. He beat the odds that were stacked against him and was awarded one of the most prestigious military scholarships in the country – the Pat Tillman Scholar Award.

In 2018, Brian founded We Build the Wall, a 501(c)(4) organization dedicated to building private sections of the wall along the U.S. – Mexico border. Since its launch, the organization has completed its first two construction sections and aims to build a total of 100 miles of wall along the border.

This is really caused so much hate and havoc from communists. Then the corrupt Justice Department started abusing the war hero.

Last year of August 2020, 15 men of the New York United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) came to Mr. Kolfage’s residence to arrest the triple amputated war hero in a wheelchair with his wife and two children!

At least 5 cars arrived there and no single car is equipped with a wheelchair accessible for the arrest.

War Hero Brian Kolfage has gone twice with the court. They hate that he built a wall with the help of a few close friends from millions of Americans.

See the video below of 15 USPIS Arriving at the War Hero’s home:

After years of abuse from the government he swore to protect, the Federal government is now after him again.

Recently, Hero Kolfage was informed by his doctor that he will take a very small amount of certain drugs to manage his nerve pain. Imagine how painful that would be. As per Mr. Kolfage’s statement, “I literally can’t function with it.  I get severe nerve pain that feels like being stabbed in my legs every minute.  It’s the worst thing to experience over and over.  (Kolfage has no legs.)”

The feds really took his pain relievers without any substitute. We hope the feds can feel the same pain what Kolfage goes through every day.

Communists hate us, Americans. They want us all dead.

Sources: The GateWay Pundit, About Brian, ADA Act, The Gateway Pundit:15 Armed USPIS.


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