Cards Against Humanity buys land along Mexican border to block wall

Cards Against Humanity holiday special may stop Trump's border wall

Cards Against Humanity 'saves America' by buying a plot of vacant land on the border to inhibit Trump's wall

"We're liars, just like the president", Cards Against Humanity explains, noting it's saving American from "injustice, lies, racism, the whole enchilada". "We took it out of the game a while ago".

Cards Against Humanity has a history of staging hilarious stunts during the holiday season.

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.

Cards Against Humanity has purchased a plot of land in an attempt to prevent construction of President Donald's Trump proposed border wall. "He is so afraid that he wants to build a $20 billion wall that everyone knows will accomplish nothing", they say on the website.

An FAQ section of the CAH Saves America website stays relatively vague about what comes with the promotion, but given its past holiday specials, recipients are sure to get a few laughs from whatever comes in the mail.

Fork over $15 of your hard-earned cash to Cards, and they'll send you "six surprises" in the month of December, including an illustrated map of the land, a certificate of promise to fight the wall, and some new cards.

Since Cards is independently owned they are not held to guidelines put in place by large toy corporations and are able to be more polarizing.

There's no time for questions - now is the time to act.

The company announced its holiday promotion on Tuesday, called Cards Against Humanity Saves America. Last year, for example, it raised more than $100,000 in donations to finance the digging of a massive hole in the middle of nowhere, for no reason.

Watch Cards Against Humanity's promotional video below. Nowadays, Hawaii 2 is open to the general public for hiking or fishing.

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