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Cards Against Humanity is having a very real border conflict with Trump

Cards Against Humanity is throwing major shade at Trump, and we are completely on board.

There are many reasons we all love Cards Against Humanity, but the latest reason is the best yet. The “party game for horrible people” is going against its motto and doing the complete opposite of horrible.

Cards Against Humanity Saves America is the name of the game, or, campaign rather. Basically, the company purchased a huge piece of empty land on the border of the United States of America and Mexico in order to prevent Donald Trump from building his racist wall. Fans of the game can buy tiny parts of that land for just $15 so if the government wants to build a wall on that land, it will have to take hundreds of different people to court.

According to BoredPanda the Chicago-based company behind the game has labeled Trump “a preposterous golem who is afraid of Mexicans.”

“He is so afraid that he wants to build a $20 billion wall that everyone knows will accomplish nothing. So we’ve purchased a plot of vacant land on the border and retained a law firm specialising in eminent domain to make it as time-consuming and expensive as possible for the wall to get built.”

The card company even produced an historical mockumentary to advertise their righteous campaign and it is actually hilarious.

To expand on their distaste for Trump, they’ve also released an expansion card pack (to add to your original Cards Against Humanity starter pack) but with all of Trump’s racial slurs printed on the cards. This expansion pack is called Trump Against Humanity and boy, seeing all those quotes printed in black and white together in one box, we’re starting to think that Trump is fighting against humanity.

This game is loved by millions for its dark, sardonic humour, and now CAH is using the power of humour to tackle the real-life tragedy that is Donald Trump.

*clap clap* A round of applause everybody.

Via Bored Panda

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