Since Briskman is now without a job, her friends started a "Thank You Juli Briskman" GoFundMe, which will benefit Briskman directly. Briskman told her employer she was the one pictured in the viral image the day before she was sacked. "You can show your support by donating here".
One of the pages was made by Rob Mello where people donated money ranging from $5 to $25 to help Briskman, who lost her job as a marketing and communications specialist for Virginia-based federal contractor, Akima, as a outcome for her action.
The mother of two does not regret her decision - as she told HuffPost "In some ways, I'm doing better than ever" - but financially, Briskman must deal with the reality of being unemployed.
"Basically, you can not have "lewd" or "obscene" things on your social media".
The US president was making his 96th visit to one of his properties when Briskman saw red and flipped him the finger.
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Not a fan of the president, Briskman made a middle-finger gesture as the motorcade drove past.
A few weeks ago when Juli Briskman chose to take a bicycle ride in northern Virginia, she likely had no idea about the media storm that would soon surround her.
The GoFundMe page for Juli Briskman was at just under $97,000 early Wednesday morning, just short of its $100,000 goal.
"I am not sure what the future holds, but I am buoyed by your support", Briskman said of the thousands of dollars raised for her. Porn company xHamster put an open offer on Twitter for her to join their marketing and social media team, following the long tradition of adult entertainment companies trying to catch a ride on pop culture events. Briskman told ABC News that she was sacked and escorted out of the office for violating the firm's code of conduct.