Cards Against Humanity is a hilarious card game that makes it nearly impossible to be politically correct. In fact, the object of the game is to almost have the most offensive answer.
Bars all over the place hold Cards Against Humanity nights and it is a immensely humorous to play among friends.
We are back on our bullshit: https://t.co/Im3XTvoezM
— Jenn (@jenndangerous) November 14, 2017
However, the poplar card card game company is delving into politics, and it is quite annoying. They now have a new goal. Instead of looking to make people laugh, they want to prevent President Donald Trump from building a border wall, and keeping out illegal criminals.
How are they going to annoy ol’ Trump? Well, they’re not going to take the dictator’s approach and persistently threaten nuclear war. Even that’s a bit too far for Cards Against Humanity.
Instead, they’ve decided to buy up a plot of land currently vacant on the border of the United States and Mexico making it extremely difficult for The Don to build that super-expensive and wildly unnecessary border wall he is so desperate to build.
Their website states, “Donald Trump is a preposterous golem who is afraid of Mexicans. He is so afraid that he wants to build a $20 billion wall that everyone knows will accomplish nothing.”
“So we’ve purchased a plot of vacant land on the border and retained a law firm specialising in eminent domain to make it as time-consuming and expensive as possible for the wall to get built.” It continued.
As with anything Cards Against Humanity, they’re asking their fans to help with the costs and are asking people to fork out just $15 to receive ‘six surprises’ in December, an illustrated map of the land, a certificate to fight the wall and some new cards for your set.