Card game promises to holdup border wall construction with holiday promotion

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Cards Against Humanity has a history of performing odd holiday and Black Friday stunts.

Cards Against Humanity, the notoriously politically incorrect party game that encourages players to be as offensive as possible, is taking aim at Donald Trump's border wall in its latest holiday special aptly titled "Cards against Humanity Saves America".

"It's 2017, and the government is being run by a toilet", begins the promotional website, which later declares: "Donald Trump is 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".

On its FAQ page for the new expansion, one question asks: I don't like that you're getting political. The first of those surprises will include a map of the vacant plot on the border, some new cards for the game, and other goodies.

Their answer? "Why don't you stick to seeing how many Hot Wheels cars you can fit up your asshole?"

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The game makers debuted a plan to wreak havoc on the current presidential administration through a $15 holiday promotion, which ensures each purchaser six "America-saving" gifts over the course of December. Simply pay $15 on Cards Against Humanity's site and await your six presents.

"It will be fun, it will be weird, and if you voted for Trump, you might want to sit this one out", the website states.

Cards Against Humanity has been consistent about opposing President Trump. "You might not get it for a while, but some time next year you'll chuckle quietly to yourself and remember all this business about the hole", the company wrote.

Cards Against Humanity says their campaign "saves America" and says they've purchased a piece of the border to block the construction.

Cards Against Humanity just might be the savior we've been looking for.