Cards Against Humanity buys land on Mexican border to prevent Trump border wall, company says

CHICAGO — Card company Cards Against Humanity said they have bought a piece of land on the U.S./Mexico border to make it harder for President Donald Trump to build a complete border wall.

The company announced their endeavor on their website and Twitter page and said they’ve consulted with a law firm specializing in eminent domain and vowed to make it harder for the president to build the wall.

Along with their border wall plan, for $15, the company is offering to send customers “six surprises,” one of which is a map of the land they purchased, as part of their 2017 holiday promotion dubbed “Cards Against Humanity Saves America.”

The company is known for being harsh, sarcastic and even offensive to some, and in the past has offered ironic Black Friday “deals” that included a literal hole in the ground and boxes of actual bull feces.

In their “Frequently Asked Questions” page, the company responded to a question about why they have decided to get political.

See their response:

Q: I DON’T LIKE THAT YOU’RE GETTING POLITICAL. WHY DON’T YOU JUST STICK TO CARD GAMES?
A: Why don’t you stick to seeing how many Hot Wheels cars you can fit up your [expletive]?