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Cards Against Humanity Border Land Buy Meant to Stop Trump's Wall

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A child standing at the border wall observes the "Not Walls" demonstration by activists in the U.S. in front of the wall that divides Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, from Sunland Park, New Mexico, on October 23, 2017. (Herika Martinez/AFP/Getty Images)

By    |   Wednesday, 15 November 2017 04:00 PM

Cards Against Humanity has purchased a piece of vacant land along the Mexican border in an attempt to delay the building of the border wall and make it more expensive.

The company that makes the off-color party game with the same name offered a holiday mail promotion with a map of the land, new cards, and a certificate promising to fight the wall, among other surprises, to those who buy a $15 holiday pack to supplement the game.

The promotion, called Cards Against Humanity Saves America, was limited to 150,000 people and sold out in one day. After tweeting an announcement mid-day on Tuesday, it was sold out by Wednesday morning.

“The government is being run by a toilet. We have no choice ... we are going to save America and attempt to keep our brand relevant in 2017,” the company tweeted. 

In order to join in on the promotion, customers had to complete a survey that asked, among other things, “Who did you vote for in the 2016 election?” CNN reported.

The company has become overtly political since President Donald Trump was elected in 2016. Last year, it offered a promotion to buy in to a huge “holiday hole” that symbolized how things were going in the country.

The company also said it was hiring a lawyer specializing in eminent domain to delay the wall as much as possible, CNN reported. Previously, the company also applied to trademark the phrase “fake news,” a term used by Trump to refer to CNN and other mainstream media outlets. 

Although many tweeted support for the company’s efforts, some disagreed and posted their opinions on Twitter. 

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