Juli Briskman gestures together with her center finger as a motorcade with US President Donald Trump departs Trump National Golf Course in Virginia on Oct. 28.(Photo: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI, AFP/Getty Images)
Supporters of a Virginia girl who misplaced her job after she flipped off President Trump’s motorcade have raised over $70,000 in donations, and she or he’s the recipient of an unlikely job provide from a badgraphy firm.
A GoFundMe account arrange on behalf of Juli Briskman has raked in over $70,000 in donations because it was activated every week in the past. Briskman, 50, was let go by Akima LLC, after the corporate deemed she violated their social media coverage through the use of a now-viral picture of her flipping off the president as her profile image on Facebook and Twitter.
While the ample funds raised by the GoFundMe could tide Briskman over for some time, she’ll finally want a job, and badgraphy and social media firm XHamster hopes she’ll find yourself with them.
The firm tweeted at Briskman, providing her a place on their workforce final week.
“@JulieBriskman, our marketing & social media team would gladly welcome a new member! Never give up and always stay true to your principles,” XHamster tweeted on Nov. 10.
Briskman instructed the HuffPost shortly after the incident that when she noticed the president’s motorcade as he left a golf course in Sterling, Va., that her “blood just started to boil.”
“I’m thinking DACA recipients are getting kicked out,” Briskman instructed HuffPost. “He pulled ads for open enrollment in Obamacare. Only one-third of Puerto Rico has power. I’m thinking, he’s at the damn golf course again.”
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