The promoter of the GoFundMe campaign to crowdfund Trump’s wall is linked to right-wing propaganda sites and is promoting a scheme which cannot fund a wall now or ever. Here’s a thing that’s really cool about living in this country: If a majority of us agree to spend money on a thing, we can collect.
United States’ president-elect Donald Trump said he intends to deport millions of Mexicans living in the U.S. illegally immediately after taking office. Trump has also pledged to build a wall.
Fundraisers for a border wall between the US and Mexico aren’t new – Arizona’s only raised about $265,000, but Brian Kolfage’s GoFundMe campaign quickly took the internet by storm, topping $12.7 million early Friday, just five days after going live. His $1 billion goal is the largest in GoFundMe’s history, the company said.
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At the southern border, a group says it’s moving ahead with plans to build a private border. "The construction of the wall at this point is, is in violation of city ordinance," said Sunland Park.
The man behind the private border wall A group that raised more than $20 million in a GoFundMe campaign has completed its own private border wall that the group claims to be on private land.
Her mother’s ancestors are buried in a cemetery behind an already-built border wall in cameron county. hinojosa says people.
A group that raised millions of dollars in a GoFundMe campaign says it has broken ground on a project to build its own stretch of border wall on private property. directed to the construction.
Post-Foreclosure Hell: Garnished Wages, Seized Assets, Deficiency Judgments By Michelle Conlin NEW YORK (Reuters) – (This corrects paragraph 28 to show financial institutions in Maryland have 27 years, not 36, to collect deficiency judgments) Many thousands of Americans who lost their homes in the housing bust, but have since begun to rebuild their finances, are suddenly facing a new foreclosure nightmare: debt collectors are chasing them down for the money they still owe by freezing their bank accounts, garnishing their wages and seizing their assets.