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Cards Against Humanity game releases Hillary, Trump-themed packs

/ 02:09 PM August 12, 2016

The creators of the game prove how they can poke fun at anything by releasing these politically themed packs and donating the proceeds to their candidate of choice. Image Cards Against Humanity

Almost everybody has probably heard of Cards Against Humanity (CAH) by now, which is a game for not very nice people. Well, the makers just upped the ante in hilarious despicableness by releasing Hillary- and Trump-themed packs for their famous table-top game.

With election fever high in the US, it was only a matter of time for a politics-inspired deck theme considering the game has pretty much poked fun at racism, homophobia and a plethora of dirty topics not meant for the underaged.


The Next Web reported that decks will be sold at $4 apiece and will come with 15 new cards. All proceeds will then be funneled to supporting Hillary Clinton.


The CAH team said, “At the end of this promotion, Cards Against Humanity will tally up the sales of both packs, and depending on which pack gets more support, we will donate all the money in support of Hillary Clinton’s campaign.”

It added, “The funds that we take in will be split between direct, legal contributions to Hillary Clinton’s PAC, contributions to groups opposing Trump, and get out the vote programs in swing states.”

More than a few people will find CAH’s decision to be biased, so angry emails can be directed to [email protected].  Alfred Bayle

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