The cornerstone of Trump’s campaign was the promise to build a “big beautiful” wall at the Mexico border, but try as he may, he’s yet to gain any traction at all with the plan, which got even more difficult thanks to a brilliant move a card game maker.
Cards Against Humanity is a foul-mouthed, popular adult card game. It’s also a company that has joined Democrats, environmentalists, and sane, rational Americans all over in defying popular vote loser Donald Trump.
The card game company bought a huge plot of land on the U.S./Mexican border in order to jam up the process of building Trump’s unconstitutional border wall.
For those of you keeping score at home, that’s Vulgar Card Game Company, 1 – Donald Trump, 0
“We’ve purchased a plot of vacant land on the border and retained a law firm specialising in eminent domain to make it as time-consuming and expensive as possible for the wall to get built,” the company said in a post advertising a holiday promotion that would send a map of the land to people who buy in.
The government is going to have to use eminent domain to buy land from private land owners all along the border if they want to pull off building the wall. Big blocks of land, like the chunk just purchased by Cards Against Humanity, will HAVE to be legally acquired before they can be built on.
Even if Donald Trump were able to convince reluctant members of Congress to allocate the billions of dollars needed to construct the structure, Trump’s hands will be tied up in a legal battle with land owners for a time span that will likely stretch the length of two presidential terms (God forbid Trump makes it that long)
Trump’s administration has not yet recorded one single significant legislative win, despite the fact that he has Republican majorities in both houses of Congress, but just in case he finally does win this border wall push with Congress, entities like Cards Against Humanity will make it virtually impossible to proceed.
Well done, Cards Against Humanity. Well done. No if only more vulgar adult card game companies would buy land on the border to thwart the wall, we’d be in business.