'Cards Against Humanity' buys land on US-Mexico border in effort to stifle border wall
Casey Mendoza , Gabrielle Ware
9:01 AM, Nov 15, 2017
10:37 AM, Nov 15, 2017
Cards Against Humanity is back with a new holiday promotion — and this time, it's hoping to "save America" and stifle President Donald Trump's border wall.
How exactly does the company plan to do this? By buying a plot of land on the U.S.-Mexico border and retaining a law firm specialized in eminent domain.
Customers can chip in for $15, which buys new cards for the game, a map of the purchased land, a certificate of the company's promise to fight the wall and more "America-saving surprises." As of Tuesday afternoon — hours after the project was announced — more than half of the slots for the project were sold.
Cards Against Humanity has been consistent about opposing President Trump. During the 2016 campaign, the company came out with a "Donald Trump Bug-Out Bag" survival kit, taking aim at the then-candidate. It reportedly sold out within an hour.