And all it took was giving a small donation of $15 to Cards Against Humanity. "We took it out of the game a while ago".
The company claims they have purchased some land near the United States and Mexico border and in doing so have made it hard for Trump's promised wall to be built on that land without having his team do a ridiculous amount of legal work.
Construction of border wall prototypes nears completion " Donald Trump is a preposterous golem who is afraid of Mexicans.
An FAQ section of the CAH Saves America website stays relatively vague about what comes with the promotion, but given its past holiday specials, recipients are sure to get a few laughs from whatever comes in the mail.
There's no time for questions - now is the time to act. "It will be fun, it will be weird, and if you voted for Trump, you might want to sit this one out", they write.
For the hell of it (and because I, too, want to save America with minimal cost and effort), I purchased the Cards Against Humanity holiday package for $15.
Given the nature of the game, the company has no problem being a bit brash, and because they are self-owned, and don't rely on big box stores to push their product, the company can get away with a bit more.
Watch Cards Against Humanity's promotional video below.
And this isn't the first time the company has gotten political. As of Tuesday afternoon - hours after the project was announced - more than half of the slots for the project were sold.
"We're just being regular correct", the company said.
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