House Speaker Nancy Pelosi mocked President Donald Trump and border security advocates last week when she joked that she would donate $1 for the proposed border wall.
Her remarks came after a reporter asked if there was "any situation” in which she would accept “even a dollar of wall funding.”
"A dollar? One dollar?" she said. “Yeah, one dollar."
She said this as Trump is asking Congress to approve $5.7 billion for a “steel barrier” on the border.
Well, Brian Kolfage, a triple-amputee veteran, heard her loud and clear and now wants to collect her donation.
Kolfage is the same war hero who started the "We The People Will Fund The Wall" GoFundMe campaign that has raised more than $18 million.
"We are going to meet with Nancy Pelosi to collect our one dollar that she said she was going to give toward Trump's border wall," Brian Kolfage says in a new video.
He adds: “I highly doubt she expected anyone to kind of take her serious and call her out on it, but we're going to see if she'll fess up and give us her buck.”
Kolfage literally rolled his wheelchair to Pelosi’s office in Washington, D.C., where one of her aides played defense.
“She’s not here right now,” the aide says in the video.
When he informs her he is there to collect Pelosi’s $1 to go toward the border wall, the aide just smiled dismissively and replies, “I’ll tell her you were here and looking for that.”
Watch the video below:
Kolfage was not satisfied, but it went about like he expected.
"They acted like it was some big joke. She’s hiding in her closet trying to avoid us,” he says in the video.