Cards Against Humanity bought land on the border with Mexico to prevent the construction of the “Trump Wall”


In a day, 150,000 people transferred funds to the project.

Cards Against Humanity bought land on the border with Mexico to prevent the construction of the "Trump Wall"

The creators of the popular card game Cards Against Humanity launched an advertising campaign, within the framework of which they offered their fans to help them in “saving America.” The company bought a piece of land on the border with Mexico to prevent Donald Trump from building a wall that would separate the two states, Dazed writes.

Internet users were asked to donate $15 — everyone who does this will be recorded in the owners of the purchased site. According to representatives of Cards Against Humanity, if the government wants to build a wall in this area, it will have to sue each of the land owners. For the first day, 150,000 people transferred funds to the project.

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“Donald Trump is a ridiculous golem who is afraid of Mexicans. He is so scared that he wants to spend 20 billion on building a wall that, as everyone knows, will not change anything. Therefore, we decided to purchase land on the border and hired a law firm that will do everything to make the construction of the wall for the government the most expensive and time-consuming task,” the campaign authors explain.

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