Hawkins started a Go Fund Me for Kavanaugh around the time of his contentious nomination hearings that initially raised about $600,000; when Kavanaugh said he couldn’t accept the money, Hawkins pledged to donate it to the Catholic Archdiocese of Washington DC. Quartz’s calls to the Archdiocese were unanswered late on Thursday afternoon, so it unclear if they received the cash.

What will happen to the money that Kolfage has raised for the wall? That’s a bit murky. “We have contacted the Trump Administration to secure a point of contact where all the funds will go upon completion,” his Go Fund Me entry claims, adding “we have many very high level contacts already helping.” If the goal of $1 billion is not achieved “we will refund every single penny,” he writes. Kolfage, who also launched another GoFundMe for a “legal investigation into Facebook” on Oct. 20, did immediately respond to Quartz’s emailed questions.

When the fundraising effort will end is also not yet clear. What is, however, is where the money will be kept until it is spent on the wall: “We will hold all funds and not release a single penny until we have all legal aspects covered,” the page reads. There are no clarification as to who the “we” in the description is.

GoFundMe’s rules prevent fraudulent use of the pages, which includes mention of “content or campaigns that are fraudulent, misleading, inaccurate, dishonest, or impossible.” But Kolfage has no legal requirement to donate, return, or show accountability for the money he raises, so long as he keeps the terms of his fundraising as vague as they are (he doesn’t mention deadlines for returning money, for instance, or specific ways in which it will be donated). As the Kavanaugh precedent shows, pages that change the target of their donations aren’t necessarily penalized.

The #FundTheWall campaign has no clear path to donate the money, and there’s little chance that individual Americans will raise the $20 billion needed for the entire wall; however GoFundMe is currently featuring it on its home page.

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