As part of a holiday promotion, Cards Against Humanity, a card game known for highlighting outlandish, politically incorrect subjects, has taken it upon themselves to stop Trump’s Mexican border-wall idea by simply purchasing land at the United States-Mexico border.
The game has dubbed its effort “Cards Against Humanity Saves America.”
“It’s 2017 and the government’s being run by a toilet,” the game’s website reads. “We have no choice: Cards Against Humanity is going to save America.”
“There’s no time for questions—now is the time to act,” the site continues.
Their plan is quite simple: Consumers will give Cards Against Humanity $15, they will send out “six America-saving surprises” to donors throughout December.
“It will be fun, it will be weird, and if you voted for Trump, you might want to sit this one out.”
In a video, the Chicago-based company announced they have already purchased “acres of land on the U.S.-Mexico border—and didn’t build a wall on it.”
While Cards Against Humanity Saves America is technically a promotion, the company did actually purchase a plot of land along the Mexican border and have hired a law firm that specializes in eminent domain.
And if you are a fan of the game and are worried this new effort has suddenly made Cards Against Humanity politically correct, it hasn’t.
They’re just being “regular correct.”