Campaign Raises More Than $70000 for Woman Who Flipped off Trump

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Supporters of a Virginia woman who lost her job after she flipped off President Trump's motorcade have raised over $70,000 in donations, and she's the recipient of an unlikely job offer from a pornography company.

In October, a photo of a cyclist giving US President Donald Trump the finger, as his convoy passed, went viral.

"They said, 'We're separating from you, '" Briskman told HuffPost.

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Juli Briskman grabbed global headlines after a White House photographer snapped her cycling past President Trump's convoy of cars as it departed the Trump National Golf Club in Virginia to bestow him with a one-finger salute.

As the motorcade drove by her, she was photographed "flipping the bird" in its direction. At the time of this writing, the campaign has raised almost $58,000.

The company responded by firing the 50-year-old marketing executive, claiming her social media presence was "obscene" because she shared the image, while the same company actually kept on one employee who she claims called someone else a "f--ing libtard a-hole" online while featuring the company as his cover photo. I'm thinking, he's at the damn golf course again.

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The campaign description reads: "Juli Briskman is an inspiration to us all". "This week we learned that she was sacked from her employer for exercising her first amendment rights".

Days after her exit from her firm, government contractor Akima LCC, a crowdfunding page was set up to show support for the single mom.

Ironically, she has never been much of a political activist.

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She said: "I'm angry about where our country is right now". She also participated in the Woman's Day by holding up a "Not My President" sign at Central Intelligence Agency headquarters.

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