Triple-Amputee DEMOLISHES Black Lives Matter’s Fake Agenda—LIBERALS LOSE THEIR MINDS

Triple-amputee Iraq War vet Brian Kolfage began by destroying Forty Niner’s quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s assertion that he and other blacks are oppressed in America. Kolfage then righteously set his sights on Black Lives Matter. Liberals cried, and news outlets around the world picked up on Kolfage’s justifiable outrage.

The UK’s Daily Mail covered Kolfage’s slaying of Kaepernick and Black Lives Matter on Tuesday.

Senior Airman Kolfage Iraq, March 26, 2003
Senior Airman Kolfage Iraq, March 26, 2003

For those who don’t know, Kolfage was a competitive surfer in Hawaii before joining the Air Force in the wake of the September 11th terror attacks on America.

During his second tour of duty in Iraq, on September 11, 2004, the 13th anniversary of 9-11, a 107mm mortar landed three feet from Kolfage as he left his tent to get some water.

The force of the blast sheared both of his legs and his right hand off immediately.

In a strange twist of irony, Kolfage was stationed in Kuwait at Camp Arifjan when a call came in for volunteers to go to Iraq. Brian desperately wanted to get into the fight, so he put his name into the queue.

Senior Airman Kolfage (L) in Iraq on March 26, 2003. With Embedded Reporter Tara Copp, Teammate TSgt Wurm and SSgt Holmes
Senior Airman Kolfage (L) in Iraq on March 26, 2003. With Embedded Reporter Tara Copp, Teammate TSgt Wurm and SSgt Holmes

When he wasn’t selected, Kolfage told one of those who was chosen that he’d probably get hit by a rocket and lose his legs. That soldier had just had a kid so, he bowed out. Kolfage took his place.

Brian’s joke turned out to be prophetic as what he had told a fellow airman actually happened to him, albeit to a greater degree.

Kolfage was conscious the entire time after the mortar hit. His fellow airmen rushed him to a field hospital which was nearby.

Thirty-six hours later, Brian was airlifted to Walter Reed Medical Center. Doctors didn’t expect him to survive, so they prepared his parents for his death.

Senior Airman Brian Kolfage recieving his Purple Heart medal in Iraq on September 11, 2004.
Senior Airman Brian Kolfage recieving his Purple Heart medal in Iraq on September 11, 2004.

Miraculously though, he survived. Not only did he survive, but he thrived.
Brian’s injuries were so severe, doctors at Walter Reed believed he’d never walk again.

Defying the odds through sheer force of will, Brian walked out of the medical center 11 months after he was admitted.

Today, he is the most severely wounded airman to ever survive any war in the history of the United States.

Airman Kolfage went on to earn a degree in Architecture at the University of Arizona. He did that despite losing his dominant right hand.

kolfage wheelchair crop 2Kolfage has served on congressional committees that deal with veteran’s issues. He is a motivational speaker who travels the country speaking to wounded veterans on how to overcome adversity, and he routinely visits children who have been wounded in foreign wars.

Who better to take on whiny b-tch Kaepernick, and the thugs of Black Lives Matter.

On Monday, Kolfage posted this to Kaepernick on his Facebook page:


Colin Kaepernick, I lost my legs and arm fighting in the US military, the same military that I took an oath to defend our nation and flag from enemies foreign and domestic. Next time I hear the national anthem I’ll be sure to stand for the both us since you feel that you’ve been oppressed.”

The triple-amputee posted again the next day. This time he took aim at the domestic terror group “Black Lives Matter.”

In his post Kolfage wrote,

If a cop shoots someone its [sic] usually because that person put that officer’s life in danger. And yet these criminals become saints to the black community; THAT’S THE PROBLEM! They are glorifying the thug life.’

He continued:

Why is Black Lives Matter about THUGS who get killed by the police for doing stupid things and not about truly innocent lives taken by thug gang bangers? I guarantee no one can name ONE child who lost their life to gang violence, but everyone can name the last 5 low life thugs killed by police.’

If anyone has the right to speak out against anti-white racists like Kaepernick and Black Lives Matter, it is most certainly Airman Kolfage.

Kolfage volunteered to fight terrorists after they killed almost 3000 Americans on September 11th, 2001. Kolfage volunteered to go into Iraq to fight those terrorists despite being comfortably based in Kuwait. He could’ve just stayed on his base, but he CHOSE to fight against the diseases who behead Americans at will.

Kolfage is right. Black Lives Matter puts criminals on a pedestal, as people to be admired in the black community.

If those in BLM supported war heroes like Kolfage who VOLUNTEERED to go & kill Islamic terrorists who kill Americans as much as they (BLM) have supported criminal thugs, perhaps we’d be more apt to feel compassion towards those involved in the movement.

When BLM loses arms & legs protecting us from Islamic terror scum, maybe then we’ll show them some respect. For now, they’re just another domestic terror organization that hates whites & kills cops.

Hats off to Airman Kolfage for calling BLM out for their racism & hypocrisy.

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By Jeff Rainforth
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Jeff was the national rally organizer to free Marine Sgt. Tahmooressi from the Mexican prison, chairman emeritus of Ross Perot’s Reform Party of California, and a former candidate for governor. Jeff is editor-in-chief at Freedom Daily. He wrote for former Hollywood talent agent & Breitbart contributor, Pat Dollard, and headed up his 30 person research team. Mr. Rainforth also wrote for the Wayne Dupree Show. Jeff is single & says he is not gay.

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