Cards Against Humanity buys land along Mexican border to block wall

Cheryl Sanders
November 15, 2017

The company behind Cards Against Humanity, the self-described "party game for disgusting people", has purchased a plot of land on the US-Mexico border.

Cards Against Humanity, the notoriously politically incorrect party game that encourages players to be as offensive as possible, is taking aim at Donald Trump's border wall in its latest holiday special aptly titled "Cards against Humanity Saves America". His administration has not yet registered a significant legislative win despite benefiting from majorities in both houses of Congress, with repeated attempts to dissolve Barack Obama's healthcare law collapsing.

But today the team behind the game announced they are trumping the president in a new holiday promotion called Cards Against Humanity Saves America.


Card Against Humanity wrote online they have purchased a plot of land along the United States-Mexico border in an effort to stall President Donald Trump's planned border wall.

Like most Cards Against Humanity promotions, this one is limited. Now, the cardgame wants the American public to get in on it - and it only costs you $15, wherein the card game maker will send you trinkets for your sponsorship. "He is so afraid that he wants to build a $20 billion wall that everyone knows will accomplish nothing".

Given the nature of the game, the company has no problem being a bit brash, and because they are self-owned, and don't rely on big box stores to push their product, the company can get away with a bit more.


Cards Against Humanity does not mince words. Three years ago, the company bought a private island off the coast of ME, dubbed it Hawaii 2, and gave 250,000 customers a license to visit.

And this isn't the first time the company has gotten political.

"We're just being regular correct", the company said.


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