Cards Against Humanity, better known as the world’s most inappropriate adult-card game, put President Trump in its sights with its latest promotion on Tuesday.
It pledged to give “six surprises” during the month of December to anyone who immediately donated $15 to its efforts — noting that backers of the so-called “party game for horrible people” were attempting to “save America.”
Not familiar with Cards Against Humanity? It’s an easily played card game that costs $25 on sites such as Amazon.com. Players take turns reading a suggestion card/question and answering it with wildly inappropriate responses, which are listed on a series of cards drawn each round.
On Tuesday, visitors to the game’s newly created website (cardsagainsthumanitysavesamerica.com) were greeted with the news that its creators were attempting to block Trump’s plans to build a wall along the U.S. and Mexico border by buying a piece of land in the vicinity.
“Donald Trump is a preposterous golem who is afraid of Mexicans. He is so afraid he wants to build a twenty-billion dollar wall that everyone knows will accomplish nothing. So we’ve purchased a plot of vacant land on the border and retained a law firm specializing in eminent domain to make it as time-consuming and expensive as possible for that wall to get built,” the website says.
Where is this vacant piece of land?
That’s still unclear.
Anyone willing to cough up the $15 is promised an illustrated map of the land and “a few other surprises.”
If you are wanting to get in on this action, you are likely already too late. A visit to the website — a mere seven hours after an email was sent to anyone on Cards Against Humanity‘s mailing list — shows that the anti-Trump gift packages are already sold out.
So what is ‘Cards Against Humanity’ saving America from?
Per its FAQ section, the answer is this: “Injustice, lies, racism. The whole enchilada.”
This is not the first time the makers of the adult party game have tackled social issues or national politics. In July, they mocked gender stereotypes with a pink-only version of their popular card deck, proudly announcing that it would cost $5 more, merely because it was pink and targeted to women.
They have also sold specialty “supplemental packs” for card games, with the proceeds benefiting groups that support the legalization of marijuana, among other things.