Cards Against Humanity buys U.S. border land to 'save America'


Tuesday, Cards Against Humanity launched a new website dedicated to its holiday campaign, which encourages people to send the company $15 dollars in exchange for six surprises throughout the month of December.

"Donald Trump is a preposterous golem who is afraid of Mexicans" the company said on the site.

The creators of party game Cards Against Humanity said they have bought a piece of land on the U.S. -Mexico border to stop President Donald Trump from building his proposed wall.

The minds behind the racy card game known for their unorthodox holiday promotions have returned with yet another odd proposal.

This isn't the first time the company is pulling a stunt like this. As for what those surprises will be, Cards Against Humanity created a quick Q&A to help.

The location of the land Cards Against Humanity said it purchased is unclear, but the company said it would provide customers with "an illustrated map of the land".

The company did not say where the land is located. Asked by Business Insider if they were anxious about Trump supporter backlash, co-creator Max Temkin said that they're not anxious: "Playing our game requires literacy and a sense of humor so there's not a lot of hardcore Trump fans in our fanbase".

Cards Against Humanity doesn't want to see a United States-Mexico border wall erected, so they're working to thwart Trump with their recent land purchase. "It will be fun, it will be weird, and if you voted for Trump, you might want to sit this one out", they write. Nowadays, Hawaii 2 is open to the general public for hiking or fishing. The catch? Proceeds from the special pack went to Emily's List, a nonprofit that looks to elect more women to office. But by Wednesday morning, just hours after launching the campaign, Cards Against Humanity announced it was sold out.

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