August 02, 2017

“Thank Knox” UPDATE: Vet with MS road tests new wheelchair — but there’s still more to do

Tommy RobinsonShillman Fellow
 

Here’s a positive story for a change! You’ll remember the incredible veteran we introduced you to named Knox.

He has multiple sclerosis, and isn’t getting much help from the military to get the wheelchair he needs to stay an active member of society.

Because of your support at ThankKnox.com, we have raised the funds needed to cover the deposit for the special wheelchair. It is now being built in Australia before being shipped.

But for now, Knox got to test drive one of these all-terrain wheelchairs, and it's great to see.

Previously, he could barely get to the end of the road on his own, so I think you’ll be smiling like I was when I saw him able to get around his neighbourhood.

And he is so grateful and overwhelmed by your outpouring of support. 

Now we need just one more crowdfunding push.

So to help thank a man who gave his all for our country, please visit ThankKnox.com to get us to our goal!

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commented 2017-08-02 23:42:37 -0400
So pleasant to see a small gift of justice where it is really needed. – I think the moral of this story is we have to rely n each other because big brother is occupied tilting at windmills.
commented 2017-08-02 21:26:57 -0400
My mistake , this story is from the UK, not too much difference though, same shit, different pile.
commented 2017-08-02 18:56:11 -0400
Tommy, thanks for the update. Knox’s new wheels will be life changing, it was great to see him smile & get around so freely.
commented 2017-08-02 18:33:21 -0400
ooops if he were a woman.
commented 2017-08-02 18:33:05 -0400
So what happened to our all encompassing socialist health care system? Why no wheelchair for him , but free stuff for illegals and criminals? Any of the left wing trolls want to explain why he can get a free sex change or an abortion if here a woman but he cannot get something that helps him live a better life? MS is not something you choose like those other two.