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‘Cards Against Humanity’ Purchases Land On US-Mexico Border To ‘Save America’
By Mikelle Leow, 15 Nov 2017
Composite image by DesignTAXI. Background images via Cards Against Humanity and Wikimedia Commons
For its latest stunt, ‘Cards Against Humanity’ has announced that it’s purchased an area of land residing between the United States and Mexico in hopes of “saving America.”
“It’s 2017, and the government is being run by a toilet. We have no choice: ‘Cards Against Humanity’ is going to save America.”
The campaign aims to make building the US-Mexico wall “as time-consuming and expensive as possible.” As such, apart from already securing a law firm to drive its movement, the brand has also called upon vigilantes to shell out US$15 for a parcel of six “America-saving” surprises.
The package includes an illustrated map of the land, a certificate pledging the brand’s determination to fight the wall, and some limited-edition cards.
Unfortunately, fans outside the US will not be able to participate in the campaign. ‘Cards Against Humanity’ explains that the movement is about defending America, and not about saving “the dumb country you live in.”
The rude party game maintains that it is not being politically-correct, but “regular correct.” Click here to find out more.
Video via Cards Against Humanity
Image via Cards Against Humanity Saves America
DAGNAMMIT why won’t they save us too I would be happy just with a t-shirt that said avocados on it pic.twitter.com/hvDHUGaJNH— Jason (@xcaplin) November 14, 2017
[via Twitter Moments, video via Cards Against Humanity, images via various sources]
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