Cards Against Humanity Saves America
Cards Against Humanity, the popular party game, announced their Cards Against Humanity Saves America initiative via twitter on Tuesday November 14, 2017. Using their holiday promotion as a platform, the card company is presenting buyers with six surprise gifts throughout the next month. The first gift: a piece of land at the U.S./ Mexico border to prevent Donald Trump from building a wall.
As of yet, the location of the land bought by the company is unknown. The 150,000 people who bought the $15 surprise promotion gifts before they sold out on the first day will “get an illustrated map of the land, a certificate of our promise to fight the wall, some new cards, and a few other surprises” on Day 1.
In their announcement video, the company claims that they “retained a law firm to fight the United States government, and prevent them from ever building a wall.” It is not yet clear which law firm was attained.
Cards Against Humanity cautioned on their website that the promotion “will be fun, it will be weird, and if you voted for Trump, you might want to sit this one out.” What, exactly, is Cards Against Humanity saving the United States from? In their words, “Injustice, lies, racism, the whole enchilada.”
In 2014, for Cards Against Humanity’s “Ten Days of Whatever of Kwanzaa,” the company bought a small island in Maine, named it Hawaii 2, and gave out license holding shares for the promotion. In 2015, along with releasing a STEM expansion pack, the “Eight Sensible Gifts” promotion gave customers plenty of socks, a 1-year NPR subscription, and a week’s vacation to the company’s printers in China, as well as more. In 2016, Cards Against Humanity dug a Holiday Hole weeks after the presidential election.
There are still five more promotion days to look forward to. No further previews have been announced.