Cards Against Humanity might save your holiday party but now they're trying to save the entire future of America as well. Even though the game itself is incredibly politically incorrect, it looks like the makers are trying to do something politically righteous, if you happen to think building a border wall between the US and Mexico is a horrible idea.

Cards Against Humanity has a 6-step plan to save America

The latest promotion offered by the popular game Cards Against Humanity costs $15 for those who participate during the month of December. The holiday promotion is said to come in the form of six surprises according to Time.

An email was sent out to CAH subscribers outlining the new deal. It said:

“There’s no time for questions—now is the time to act. 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.”

It looks like fans of the popular card game are all in because the promotion was completely sold out early Wednesday morning.

The first surprise from CAH

The first step in the Cards Against Humanity holiday promotion is quite comical. In opposition to President Trump's proposed wall across the US-Mexican border, CAH purchased a piece of land right on the border in Texas.

In addition to the land grab, Cards Against Humanity is working to safeguard their investment.

Those who are familiar with land ownership int he US are probably aware of the eminent domain laws that make it possible for the government to reclaim private land when it's needed for certain necessary projects like bridges, railroad tracks, and other projects, like huge unnecessary walls.

In order to keep the US government's hands off their land, at least for a little while, Cards Against Humanity also retained the help of a law firm that specializes in eminent domain in order to make the building of the border wall as time-consuming and expensive as possible.

There are still five surprises remaining

In addition to the US-Mexican border wall protest via a land purchase, there are still five more surprises coming from Cards Against Humanity. Unfortunately, the company has opted not to comment on what these other surprises may be, citing that if they tell us or even give clues, that makes it not really a surprise.

Fair enough and hopefully the rest of the Cards Against Humanity promotion will be just as entertaining and thought-provoking as their decision to dig in their heels and fight back against the objectives of one of the least popular US presidents in history.