It's the holiday season, and that means it's time for Cards Against Humanity's annual Black Friday stunt. Last year the company got supporters to raise $100,000 to help dig the "Holiday Hole," which was literally just a hole dug for no fucking reason.
Well, this year Cards Against Humanity is interested in giving back to society, so naturally this year's stunt is entitled "Cards Against Humanity Saves America."
Basically the company purchased a plot of land on the Texas–Mexico border and hired a law firm specializing in eminent domain to ensure any legal action from the president would cost an incredible amount of money.
While the promotion is now sold out, the company offered supporters a chance to buy a fraction of the land and receive six surprise gifts throughout December for just $15.
Of course people were going to have some questions, but luckily Cards Against Humanity prepared for that.
They even created a brief survey for those who purchased the gift before it was sold out.
Unfortunately for those outside the US who wanted to help save America, the promotion was only available to those living in the US.
As of right now, Trump has yet to respond to the stunt, but I can only imagine his reaction once he realizes what has happened.