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Cards Against Humanity, a raunchy adult card game, purchased land on the United States-Mexico border in an attempt to thwart President Trump’s plans to build his border protection wall.

As part of a special holiday promotion called Cards Against Humanity Saves America, the company behind the insanely popular “party game for horrible people” purchased a plot of vacant land on the border of the U.S. and Mexico border, thus making it extremely difficult for President Trump to construct the border wall. 

The company hired a law firm specializing in eminent domain so they can “make it as time-consuming and as expensive as possible for the wall to get built,” according to the promotion's website.

“Donald Trump is a preposterous golem who is afraid of Mexicans. He is so afraid that he wants to build a twenty-billion-dollar wall that everyone knows will accomplish nothing,” the company says on their website.


They announced the special promotion Tuesday on Twitter, urging people to get involved with their plan to save America. 

Cards Against Humanity Saves America: How does it work?

According to Cards Against Humanity, it’s easy to get involved. If you give them $15, you will receive “six America-saving surprises” from them in the month of December. The first of the series of surprises will include an illustrated map of the land, a certificate of promise to fight against the wall and “a few other surprises.” 

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When it comes to the surprises, Cards Against Humanity appears to have a few tricks their sleeve and they encourage Trump voters not to participate. And considering the nature of the adult party game, these “surprises” they have in store for the country will probably be just as audacious.

“It will be fun, it will be weird, and if you voted for Trump, you might want to sit this one out,” the company states on their website.

The company is also known for having special promotions, which include hilarious stunts during the holiday season. Last year, the company raised around $100,000 to dig a hole in the ground in the middle of nowhere to celebrate Black Friday. In 2014, the company purchased a small island just off the coast of Maine and called it “Hawaii 2,” and gave 250,000 people who purchased their $15-holiday card pack one square foot of land. The licenses were later revoked in a court agreement. 

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