He is so afraid that he wants to build a twenty-billion dollar wall that everyone knows will accomplish nothing.
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.
The company announced their endeavor on their website and Twitter page and said they've consulted with a law firm specializing in eminent domain and vowed to make it harder for the president to build the wall.
It's the holiday season - so that means Cards Against Humanity is once again up to some festive hijinks. You give us $15, and we'll send six America-saving surprises right to your doorstep.
"It will be fun, it will be weird, and if you voted for Trump, you might want to sit this one out", the company notes on its site.
The statement goes on to detail just what exactly those "America-saving surprises" mentioned earlier are', just in case you were wondering.
The minds behind the racy card game known for their unorthodox holiday promotions have returned with yet another odd proposal. Last year, for example, it raised more than $100,000 in donations to finance the digging of a massive hole in the middle of nowhere, for no reason. Three years ago, the company bought a private island off the coast of ME, dubbed it Hawaii 2, and gave 250,000 customers a license to visit.
And this isn't the first time the company has gotten political.
This time around, Cards Against Humanity said it's limiting the holiday promotion to 150,000 participants to join in saving America from "injustice, lies, racism, the whole enchilada".
Not content with dominating the politically-incorrect card game marketplace, Cards Against Humanity has taken aim at United States president Donald Trump, who it deems "a toilet" and has vowed to stop him in his tracks.