Cards Against Humanity buys land on US/Mexico border to block Trump's wall

Pauline Gross
November 16, 2017

Cards Against Humanity is a party game that began in 2010 after its first campaign raised almost 400% of its goal, reported CNET.

The Trump administration has been hiring numerous attorneys to fight landowners in order to seize any property needed to build the border wall, Newsweek reported.

The nice folks behind massively insulting and essentially free game Cards Against Humanity have bought a chunk of land on the U.S./Mexico border to stop Donald Trump building his wall.

Those who donate will receive six "America-saving surprises" delivered to their doorsteps in the run-up to Christmas.

"It will be fun, it will be weird, and if you voted for Trump, you might want to sit this one out", the company notes on its site.

Well, the company says it has purchased a plot of vacant land along the border in an attempt to block construction of the president's proposed wall and promises to tie up any attempts the government makes to pursue the land.

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Cards Against Humanity doesn't want to see a United States-Mexico border wall erected, so they're working to thwart Trump with their recent land purchase. "You might not get it for a while, but some time next year you'll chuckle quietly to yourself and remember all this business about the hole", the company wrote.

But today the team behind the game announced they are trumping the president in a new holiday promotion called Cards Against Humanity Saves America.

A popular card game, known for being slightly politically incorrect, is foraying into politics in an unexpected way.

The border wall between the USA and Mexico is one of Trump's biggest policy plans and was one of his most popular promise made during the 2016 presidential election.

On its FAQ page for the new expansion, one question asks: I don't like that you're getting political.

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