'Cards Against Humanity' buys borderland to stop Trump's wall

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The company announced its effort on Twitter and an official website called "Cards Against Humanity Saves America". Your $15 will not only buy you a piece of the land, you'll receive six more surprises in the month of December.

Some of the prototypes for President Donald Trump's proposed wall along the US-Mexico border. "It's 2017, and the government is being run by a toilet", begins the promotional website, which later declares: "Donald Trump is a preposterous golem who is afraid of Mexicans".

Cards Against Humanity bought land on the us border to prevent Trump from building his wall, and you can buy your own piece of the protest.

According to the colorful FAQ, Cards Against Humanity is saving America from "injustice, lies, racism, the whole enchilada".

And this isn't the first time that Cards Against Humanity has turned to real estate for the sake of its holiday jokes.

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The company claims they have purchased some land near the United States and Mexico border and in doing so have made it hard for Trump's promised wall to be built on that land without having his team do a ridiculous amount of legal work.

Indeed, the first promised item goes right after the president. Why don't you just stick to card games?

In 2013, the company increased the game's price by $5 in lieu of offering a Black Friday sale, only to outdo itself the following year by selling boxes of actual poop. The company then donated the proceeds to nonprofit organization Heifer International.

Cards Against Humanity just might be the savior we've been looking for. The game company that in 2016 dug (and filled in) a giant hole to nowhere has a new holiday stunt this year. Cards Against Humanity has done holiday promotions in the past including "Cards Against Humanity's Eight Sensible Gifts for Hanukkah" and "Cards Against Humanity's Ten Days or Whatever of Kwanzaa".

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