$70000 Raised For Cyclist Who Was Fired For Giving Trump The Finger

$70000 Raised For Cyclist Who Was Fired For Giving Trump The Finger

$70000 Raised For Cyclist Who Was Fired For Giving Trump The Finger

A woman who says she was sacked from her job after being photographed giving the finger to President Donald Trump's motorcade is receiving an unexpected severance pay, thanks to thousands of online supporters.

Over 3,000 donations, ranging from $5 to $250 have rolled in over the past week.

The episode started when Ms Briskman was cycling through Sterling, Virginia, in September and President Trump's motorcade passed her on the way to one of his golf courses.

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As the motorcade drove by her, she was photographed "flipping the bird" in its direction.

Echoing her previous remarks to the Post, Briskman said the middle finger was the only way to send Trump the message she wanted to give him.

She repeated the universally obscene gesture again when she was caught up with the motorcade at a traffic signal.

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"I wasn't even at work when I did that".

It was the fourth consecutive weekend Trump has spent at his golf club. At the time of this writing, the campaign has raised almost $58,000.

After the photo gained internet fame, Briskman made a decision to alert her employer, Akima LLC, a government contractor, that she is the woman in the photograph.

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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. It has since raised more than $57,000 (£44,000) and says it aims to raise a total of $100,000 (£76,000). A GoFundMe campaign spotted by Dazed Monday cites Briskman as "an inspiration to us all", which is very true.

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