A company behind a popular card game is trying to sabotage President Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border by purchasing up portions of land in that long horizontal area, and offering potential customers a cut.
Known as “a party game for horrible people,” Cards Against Humanity is asking for $15 from visitors to its site in a holiday promotion claiming that in return they’ll receive “six surprises.”
One of those gifts, according to the company, is a formal opportunity to buy a plot of land on or right near the border and be covered by legal representation specializing in eminent domain — rendering it not a surprise at all. The goal for the company is “to make it as time-consuming and expensive as possible for the wall to get built.”
“Donald Trump is a preposterous golem who is afraid of Mexicans,” reads the website’s promotion called “Cards Against Humanity Saves America.”
Ironically, despite the company’s sympathy for immigrants and foreigners, it says in its Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section that if a would-be customer doesn’t live in U.S. or Canada, they can’t sign up.
“No. This is ‘Cards Against Humanity Saves America,’ not ‘Cards Against Humanity Saves The Dumb Country You Live In,'” the company’s answer reads.
Nevertheless, the company says “America will be saved,” specifically from “injustice, lies, racism, the whole enchilada” if people send $15.
The jabs at Trump and his administration are aplenty. The business admits that “we’re liars, just like the president.” Furthermore, surprises don’t contain sexual content “or footage of Donald Trump watching Russian prostitutes urinate on a bed Obama slept in,” according to the company.
When asking in the FAQ section of the website “Why don’t you just stick to card games?” and not get political, the company retorts in typical sassy fashion: “Why don’t you stick to seeing how many Hot Wheels cars you can fit up your asshole?” (RELATED: In Strange Move, DNC Knocks Trump For Lack Of Progress On Border Wall)
All 150,000 slots to sign up for the peculiar gifts sold out within the first day.
Cards Against Humanity did not respond to The Daily Caller News Foundation’s request for further details by time of publication.
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