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Cards Against Humanity Takes Aim At Trump With New Promotion

15 November 2017, 04:55 | Erica Roy

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To get customers amped for the holiday/patriotic promotion, Cards Against Humanity released a comical-yet-inspiring video in an effort to get the American people riled up. For those who want to cancel their order, the company replies, "We'd like to cancel the 2016 election, but neither of us is going to get what we want".

The game makers debuted a plan to wreak havoc on the current presidential administration through a $15 holiday promotion, which ensures each purchaser six "America-saving" gifts over the course of December.

"Donald Trump is a preposterous golem who is afraid of Mexicans", the site reads.

For its holiday promotion, somewhat unimaginatively entitled Cards Against Humanity Saves America, the game is aiming to put a spanner in the works for Donald's Trump's promise of a wall on the border between the United States and Mexico.

The dirty and sometimes downright offensive game Cards Against Humanity is back with another stunt, and this time they're taking aim at one of President Donald Trump's campaign promises.

If the wall is to get built, the government using eminent domain to acquire private land along the border - like the parcel Cards Against Humanity has purchased - would be only one hurdle.


This holiday promotion is also a fundraiser.

In the meantime, President Trump has continuously promised that the border wall will happen - and prototypes are already being built, according to NBC News.

Cards Against Humanity says participants will receive an illustrated map of the land, a certificate of the promise to fight the wall's construction, new cards, and other goodies.

As for whether the game is suddenly switch gears to become "politically correct now", the company insists, "we're just being regular correct".

Last year, the company raised more than $100,000 to dig a massive "holiday hole" on the busiest shopping day of the year.



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