Cards Against Humanity buys land on Mexican border to block Trump's wall

Flickr Remix by Jason Reed

Flickr Remix by Jason Reed

A foul-mouthed card game has joined Democrats, environmentalists and immigrant advocates in fighting Donald Trump's proposed border wall.

Like most Cards Against Humanity promotions, this one is limited. But, the popular card game "for disgusting people" is hoping a tactic they're employing will block that possibility.

The company promises the six gifts will arrive during the month of December. "He is so afraid that he wants to build a $20 billion wall that everyone knows will accomplish nothing", they say on the website.

For its holiday promotion, somewhat unimaginatively entitled Cards Against Humanity Saves America, the game is aiming to put a spanner in the works for Donald's Trump's promise of a wall on the border between the United States and Mexico. For just 15 bucks, people will get a piece of the land, and five or six other "America-saving" gifts for taking part in the promotion that will keep "their brand relevant" for another year. The first of those surprises will include a map of the vacant plot on the border, some new cards for the game, and other goodies. "It will be fun, it will be weird, and if you voted for Trump, you might want to sit this one out", they write.

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Cards Against Humanity does not mince words. Nowadays, Hawaii 2 is open to the general public for hiking or fishing.

The company behind a game that involves matching cards with humorously offensive phrases announced it had bought a piece of land on the US-Mexico border with the explicit aim of hindering Mr Trump's signature policy promise.

Cards Against Humanity has historically released topical marketing campaigns, including over the summer when it marketed a pink version of the game to women that retailed for $5 more than the original game.

At last count, there were just shy of 80,000 chances left to donate, but they're going fast.

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